The Brayton-Eschbach Estate is arguably one of Laguna's most treasured historical landmarks. The two Mills Act registered homes, each on their own parcel, were built by Durlin Brayton of Brayton Laguna Pottery. The original two bedroom cottage was completed in 1928 and then followed in 1933 with the iconic masterpiece at 315 Mountain. This main residence features three bedrooms, three baths, family room, solarium dining, large new country kitchen and the renown living room displaying Brayton's hand hewn and painted beamed ceiling. With framed views of the nearby Pacific Ocean, the sunlit interiors have been fully redone with modern, high end finishes and elegant appointments. Leaded windows, recessed shelving, wrought iron lighting, wood flooring and craftsman details maintain the stunning Colonial Revival architecture. All primary rooms spill into a wonderful spacious courtyard accented by a swimming pool, patio, gardens and entertainment retreat. The second residence is situated privately beyond the gardens and is comprised of a spacious living room with fireplace, two bedrooms, new bath, kitchen, dining nook and private patio. The cottage style interiors are accented by built-ins, clear fir flooring, french doors and vaulted ceiling. The "guest house" is accessed by its own private entrance. The estate is ideally located just two blocks to beaches and minutes stroll to shops, restaurants and Laguna's famed galleries.