This home is an extraordinary jewel-box with a rare and pedigreed history. The unique property was originally built as an olive barn with stone walls dating back to 1885. It was later remodeled by noted Pasadena architects Marston, Van Pelt and Maybury in 1927. Currently configured with one bedroom plus a den, the home draws on craftsman elements while retaining a light and bright environment with high ceilings, oversized French doors opening to the garden, walls of bookshelves in the large living room and a cozy fireplace. The formal dining room is comfortable yet quite refined with a delightful butlers pantry and French doors to the garden. A beautifully updated kitchen opens to the side garden and vine-covered carport. Upstairs is a light and open den area and a beautiful bedroom suite with a large and elegant bathroom and walk-in closet. This exquisite treasure is a rare piece of Pasadena history, not to be missed.
Listing By Douglas Elliman of California, Inc. – Greg Holcomb
Data Last Updated 3:09PM - 10/16/2021
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