The first thing I want to say about the home is it's one on the most amazing homes I have ever been in. The grounds are beyond belief as to serve for a yard. The thought that this incredible piece of architecture was built around a stone barn built in 1912 is a wonder in itself. Built in 1917, designed by Myron Hunt who came to Southern California in 1903 from Massachusetts. He was a premier architect. Some of his commisions include the Pasadena Public Library, the actual Rose Bowl, Bridges Music Hall in Claremont, the Riverside Community Hospital (1925) no longer there, but everything built there now is haunted. Hunt designed the spanish wing of the Mission Inn in Riverside. I'm not surprised. This would be the reason the Guide to Architecture in Los Angeles and Southern California in 1977 called the Whitney House one of Myron Hunt's best spanish revival houses. Only two buildings are known to be designed by Hunt in Upland. I think the ghosts here feel safe.