The Parker House at Silver Lake
The Parker House at Silver Lake was built by Claude I. Parker starting in the late 1920’s and finished in the early summer of 1932. Mr. Parker was legal counsel to William Mulholland, the first director of Los Angeles Water and Power. The house stayed in the Parker estate until the late 1960’s.
The house was acquired by the Jones family, owners and operators of Silver Lake Resort, and a complete restoration of the property has been underway for several years. The restoration will bring the property and the interior back to the charm of the 1930’s and will have five bedrooms with baths, a great room with high ceilings and a large rock fireplace, a 70 foot long covered porch with views of Carson Peak and Silver Lake Resort, gourmet breakfasts and a very special wine cavern.
The restoration of the exterior has been completed and the interior is underway at the present time.