This Tudor style sits in a small glen where Temescal Creek runs above ground before it runs into Temescal Lake. The house was built in the 20s or 30s, long before the Warren Freeway landed at its doorstep. And before people cared that they were building on an earthquake fault line. Being below the freeway and in a densely wooded area helps mitigate the sound of traffic. But still, it can't be as calming as when families first moved into the area. Progress.