This is Ventura County Historic Landmark No. 46 and known as the original home of Albert Miles Tanner. Home was built in the 1870's. He was a member of the Mormon Batallion at the time of war with Mexico. It has been known as Linvill's Red Barn and now as the Loose Caboose, the welcoming arm on the Fillmore Western Railway, especially during the fall season and at the time to shop for a Christmas tree next door. The property is uniquely country and something like a mercantile. Bob is the 52-year-old Koi who lives on site. There is retail space, a railroad track, mini-petting zoo, and a old and wonderful 1870's, two-story home. This parcel has approx. 1,740 highway frontage for ease of access and exit back onto the freeway. The views of the mountains both, north and south, are phenomenal. There are two wells on the property; one is a courtesy share with the neighbor to the east. There are two parcels: 107-0-043-105 and 107-0-043-135. Vacant lot areas for additional plantings. Lot 105 is zoned agriculture. Water tank remains to provide water for the steam engines. Amazing property near major residential and proposed commercial developments.