Shrouded by trees, visible only if you peek through the wooden gates, the 156-year-old Gilmore adobe sits on 1.25 acres of land at the center of one of the most densely-packed parts of the city.
Outside the gates, it's LA in full swing. Inside, on the manicured lawn, under ancient oaks, in the shade of walls that have stood for a century and a half, Old California calls you.
It's private property, no photos allowed. This view is from the parking structure at The Grove, land owned by the Gilmore Corp. and merely leased out for 99 years.