Home of the Week: A 116-year-old Tudor in South Pasadena
Among the palm-lined streets of South Pasadena, a stately Tudor Revival-style mansion offers the feel of a different century. Built in 1904, the home holds grand living spaces with period details such as stained-glass windows, carved ceilings, paneled walls and dramatic columns. The property — which hasn’t changed hands in 80 years — also includes a guesthouse, pool house and swimming pool.
Location: 423 Oaklawn Ave., South Pasadena, CA 91030
Asking price: $6.995 million
Year built: 1904
Living area: 12,260 square feet, 10 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms
Lot size: 1.3 acres
Features: Gated lot; dense landscaping; grand staircase; formal living spaces; beamed ceilings; custom wallpapers; library; office; two-story guesthouse; corner-lot property; motor court; two-car garage
About the area: In the 91030 ZIP Code, based on 10 sales, the median price for single-family homes in August was $1.75 million, up 42.6% year over year, according to CoreLogic.
Agents: Bret Parsons, Compass Beverly Hills, (310) 497-5832; Aaron Montelongo, Compass Sunset Strip,
(310) 652-6285; Jordan Nedeff, Compass Pasadena, (626) 792-4420
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