If you’ve seen the HBO hit series “Westworld” you are probably familiar with Dr. Ford’s mysterious cottage. This secret hideaway was where Dr. Ford, the creator of the amusement park, keeps a collection of robot “hosts” very special to him.

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In real life though, before the cottage appeared on the show, this French Revival home was already listed on Glendale’s Register of Historic Resources as the Crowell-Saylor House.

Located in Glendale’s Glenoaks Canyon, the classic country-style cottage has hit the market for the third time since it was built in 1929. This time around, the .41-acre property is being listed for $1.94 million.

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What’s interesting about this five-bedroom, four-bathroom cottage is the exterior maintains a modest and traditional appearance, but it’s a different story inside. The 3,550-square-foot interior has been renovated and restored. Even with current updates, the original details are still there. Period details abound in the cottage’s woodwork, steel casement windows, built-in additions, crown moldings, fixtures, bathrooms, and fireplaces. 

The cottage also has a sunroom/bar and a separate guest house. Many different trees are also on the property including mature ash, oak, and liquid amber trees.

Unfortunately, Dr. Ford’s secret high-tech underground lab is not included with the house.