This Prairie School home - the Moser House - sits in a private park-like garden on six city lots of Buena Park. Natural light bathes its interior through its east, west, and south sides and through its skylights. The home is surrounded by trees, hedges, and native plants offering four seasons of interest, and is surrounded by an eight-foot solid wrought iron fence and gate designed by Maher for the Chicago World's Fair. The master architect George Maher designed spaces that allow intimate living or grand entertaining. The designer Louis Millet has executed architectural details that money can no longer buy. On the first floor, the large front reception hall has a working fireplace with a special tile mantle. Choose where you want to go as it opens directly to the living room, the sitting room, the dining room, or the staircase to the second floor. Each of these rooms opens on their far side to glorious north and south sunrooms with French windows overlooking the gardens. The kitchen not only connects directly to the family room and dining room, but it can also be entered directly from the outside through the west patio foyer or the east two-car garage. The main original staircase has a unique prairie-designed screen, and two landings - one landing with a powder room and the other a window bench and magnificent stained-glass window while the back staircase has a skylight with space and walls illuminated for displaying art in a vertical gallery. The second floor has four large bedrooms including a large master suite with a sunken tub overlooking the private garden. The third floor has a large open floor plan with a private bathroom. Artisanal museum-quality details abound in plaster, wood, tile, and limestone. There are eight wood-burning fireplaces, a commercially equipped kitchen with a large center island, an attached two-car garage with loft storage, and a long private driveway with a port cochere.