Home of the Week: Spanish Colonial Revival-style in Pasadena

Home of the Week: Spanish Colonial Revival-style in Pasadena
Mature landscaping surrounds the Spanish Colonial Revival house, which was built in 1920. (Erik Grammer)

A decorative cast stone entrance opens to this restored Spanish Colonial Revival-style house in Pasadena's South Orange Grove area. Built in 1920 for industrialist James Wigmore, the house retains such original details as coffered wood ceilings and arched doorways.



268 Wigmore Drive, Pasadena 91105

Asking price:


Previously sold:

In 2007 for $2.8 million


Reginald Johnson

Year built:


House size:

Four bedrooms, five bathrooms, 5,276 square feet

Lot size:

25,788 square feet



Arched ceilings in the dining room and hallway, updated kitchen, wine cellar, brick-paved loggia, lap pool, mature trees, lawn

About the area:

Last year, 126 single-family homes sold in the 91105 ZIP Code at a median price of $950,000, according to DataQuick. That was a 5.6% increase from the 2010 median.

Listing agents:

Matthew Littell, (626) 755-4428, and Boyd Smith, (626) 755-1669, of Podley Properties

—Lauren Beale

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