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Home of the Day: 1930s Monterey Revival built for a Gamble

Home of the Day: 1930s Monterey Revival built for a Gamble

This Monterey Revival-style residence, set adjacent to Pasadena’s historic Prospect Park neighborhood, was built for Cecil Gamble, an heir to the Procter and Gamble fortune, and his wife, Louise, in 1935. Clean lines, double-hung windows and a sweeping exterior balcony are characteristic of the style, which mixes East Coast and New Orleans Colonial influences. Location: 520 Bellmore Way, Pasadena, 91103 Price: $1.895 million Year built: 1935 House size: 3,125 square feet, four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms Lot size: 0.25 acres Features: hardwood flooring, French doors, wainscoting, front porch, formal dining room, living room with fireplace and built-in bookshelves, updated...

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