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Thursday, September 29, 2016

An Eagle Rock home that rises above the rest


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



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