The following announcement and photo are from an article found recently in the April 2013 publication of San Diego Magazine: 

It’s been touted as one of San Diego’s most significant architectural homes, and on Father’s Day, the famed Hubbell House will reopen for a public tour. Originally conceived and built by artist James Hubbell in 1958., the compound known as Ilan-Lael (or the “Place”) features sloped roofs, stained glass, pattern brickwork, and concrete poured into handmade artistic forms – all designed to blend with nature and the surrounding landscape. It spans 40 acres near Santa Ysabel, and still serves as home and art studio of James Hubbell, now 81, and his wife, Anne. Tickets are currently on sale and expected to sell out, so plan ahead of time. June 16, 11a.m. to 4p.m., $50 per person.  ilanlealfoundation.orgKimberly Cunningham