Home of the Week

Mediterranean estate has period authenticity

Lauren Beale
Hot Property

Set on a knoll at the end of a gated driveway, this Mediterranean estate is shielded from the street and the outside world. Elegant original details and craftsmanship maintain the home's period authenticity. The Satinwood-paneled library, for example, has hidden bookcases and a secret passage — a feature sometimes incorporated into homes built during Prohibition.

Location: 1300 Los Robles, Pomona 91768

Asking price: $1.495 million

Year built: 1930

House size: Four bedrooms, five bathrooms, 5,943 square feet

Lot size: 2.5 acres

Features: Great room with mahogany beam ceiling, salon/living room with limestone fireplace and grid-work patterned ceiling, updated kitchen wing, butler's pantry, groin-vaulted loggia, vintage automobile turntable in garage, swimming pool and spa, center courtyard with fountain, hillside and city views

About the area: Last year, 181 single-family homes sold in the 91768 ZIP Code at a median price of $295,000, according to Core Logic. That was a 12.6% price increase from 2013.

Agent: Roxanne "Linda" Campbell, Coldwell Banker Millennium, (909) 917-2284

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