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Firm Mattress in Cheviot Hills

Almost all Cheviot Mountains are part of the Spanish Land Grant, known as Rancho Rincon de los Buejes. Preliminary construction in the western residential area of Motor Avenue, which did not develop until the 1920s, began in the 1920s. From 1920 to 1953 The Tramway, known as the Santa Monica Airline's "Pacific Electric Railway," crossed the southern edge of the Cheviot Hills and provided passenger transportation between the Los Angeles Center and the Santa Monica Center between Cheviot Hills. Most of the Motor Avenue and the southernmost Forrester Drive have been built on the site of the former California Land Club site, and the locations are back in the 1950s. There are several famous houses in the village, such as Strauss-Lewis Rafael Soriano's House and Harry Kulver, developed by Wallace Nef.

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