Waverly Drive is located in a suburban labyrinth just south of Griffith Park in the Los Feliz hills. Perched above the corner of Waverly and St. George Street is a Spanish-style home, formerly known as Oak Terrace. In 1940, the house was purchased by Antonio Labianca, president and founder of Gateway Markets and State Wholesale Grocery Company. Antonio - who came to America in the early 1900's - hoped to one-day pass the house down to his only son, Leno. In August of 1943, the house was broken-into, the burglar snuck in through the kitchen window and made off with all the cash in the house; all this happened while the Labianca's slept. This was the first robbery there while the Labianca's were owners, but it wouldn't be the last. In 1968, Leno bought the house from his mother and moved in with his second wife, Rosemary. A year later, a series of break-ins scared the couple enough to make them want to move out. However, they never got the chance; on August 10, 1969, Leno and Rosemary were murdered there by Manson family members Charles "Tex" Watson, Patricia Krenwinkel, and Leslie Van Houten...Continue.
Although many sources claim Oak Terrace was formerly owned by Walt Disney, it was not. In 1966, Leno and Rosemary bought a house in Los Feliz once owned by Disney, but sold it before moving back to Waverly Drive in 1968. Oddly enough, while the Labianca's owned his former house, Walt Disney passed away on December 15, 1966, Rosemary's 36th birthday. After the murders, a Filipino couple, rumored to be friends of Imelda Marcos, bought the Waverly Drive house. Throughout the years some renovations have been done; both a pool and carport have been added and the address has been changed from 3301 to 3311. According to a local Los Angeles paper, the house was sold again in 1998 for $375,000.