Home of the Day: Robert Crowell House in San Marino

Home of the Day: San Marino home was built for a member of the William C. Crowell family

This storybook residence on a corner lot in San Marino was built for Robert A. Crowell, the son of and the successor to prominent Pasadena developer William C. Crowell, in 1931. Designed by architect Thomas Mulvin, the French Period Revival-style home is distinguished by a steep cross-gable roofline with lipped eaves, large bay windows and original wood details.

Location: 2495 Coniston Place, San Marino, 91108

Price: $2.288 million

Year built: 1931

Architect: Thomas Mulvin

House size: 3,106 square feet, three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 8,677 square feet

Features: Wood floors, beamed ceilings, bay and picture windows, step-down living room with fireplace, formal dining room, wood-paneled office, updated kitchen, two patios, lighted fountain, formal landscaping

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 91108 ZIP Code in April was $2.6 million based on nine sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 22.8% increase in median price compared with the previous year.

Agents: Fran Benuska and Leann Healy, Partners Trust Real Estate, (626) 253-0029

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