Offered for the first time in many years, the history associated with this home is linked to a story inspired by the early beginnings of Little River itself, a place this home looks proudly over from its lofty perch. Ole Hervilla bought this property from the Mallorys in 1963. Prior to that the land had been a home to ''Rum Runners'' in the cove below, peas growing in WWII, hay fields and sheep at a time when the land had been cleared of trees, likely by Cecil Mallory's mule, Gypsey, who he preferred over his tractor. Sit out on the deck and gaze over the distinctive views of Stillwell Point surrounded by the pounding of the Pacific. While relaxing, you can read a story written by a local family member that tells the story of the former owner, including the Historic Little River Inn.