It's the Spadena House in Beverly Hills! I used to live just down the street when I was a kid and now I drive past it on my way to work every day. They transported the entire building from Culver City in the 50's or so.
By 1941, they had started building five structures at Big Sur Inn. The main barn was turned into a restaurant that was overseen by Helen. The warm, self-taught-carpenter look of the buildings became the defining style of architecture for not only Big Sur, but also much of northern California, inspiring countless builders of handmade houses with its hallmark exposed redwood beams, low ceilings and concrete floors, reclaimed windows and fixtures and hand-carved and handmade touches.