Vintage Pasadena | Paul Williams
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Vintage SoCal | A Pasadena Spanish Colonial suits the lifestyle of the rich in 1928 and today

Prolific architect-to-the-stars Paul Williams designed the graceful home for a wealthy Texas oilman.

The Spanish Colonial-style house was designed in 1928 by architect-to-the-stars Paul Williams.  (Lacey Wood)
The Lockhart Estate originally sat on more than 72 acres in an area now known as Pasadena’s North Kinneloa Ranch neighborhood.
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Lloyd E. Lockhart, an oil baron from Texas, commissioned prolific architect Paul Williams to design the Spanish Colonial in keeping with the lifestyles of the rich and famous in 1928.

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Original fixtures and hardware remain intact.
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An expansive loggia with a groin-vaulted ceiling brings natural light into the 7,033 square feet of interiors.
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A family room and library are among other living spaces.
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Rich walnut paneling encloses the formal dining room.

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Graceful arched windows and doorways carry the architectural theme throughout the main residence.
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One of the five bedrooms. (Lacey Wood)
A second, 3,500-square-foot, house on the nearly four-acre property is designed to complement Williams’ vision for the main house.
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Stone steps off the back of the main house lead to an expansive lawn with a central fountain.
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The patio.
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A wine-tasting room with a fountain, a rustic stone wall and custom ironwork reflect the estate’s original design.
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Tile-roofed cabanas supported by columns connect the rebuilt swimming pool to a north-south tennis court.

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