Hill Drive has long reigned as Eagle Rock’s premier residential street, with giant homes sprawling over gently rolling lots. But one home has long loomed over the others: the Bekins-Lane-Kvassay mansion. The home, built in 1927 by the founder of the Bekins moving company, sits atop 3-1/2 acres of gardens and is said to be Eagle Rock’s largest home. Many residents who may have wondered what it’s like behind the gated compound will get a chance to find out tonight when the mansion’s current owners will present the story and photos of the French Chateau-style home during a meeting of the Eagle Rock Historical Valley Society. Read more in Home & History.
Photo by A.H. Varble/Eagle Rock Valley Historical Society