The Garnier Building

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Image The two story Garnier Building was constructed around 1870s out of stacked limestone by the Garnier Brothers. It served as a bunkhouse and kitchen for the Ranch staff and in the 1920s was turned into a roadhouse and diner (and speakeasy).

It very similar in style and construction to a house owned by the Garnier family in Bayonne France, and is the only example of 19th Century French Provincial architecture in the San Fernando Valley.