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Another side of Greene & Greene on display in Pasadena

Completed in 1912, the Cordelia Culbertson house was the last major project that brothers Charles and Henry Greene undertook together.
Completed in 1912, the Cordelia Culbertson house was the last major project that brothers Charles and Henry Greene undertook together.
(Don Lewis)

In a departure from earlier bungalow projects, this Greene & Greene-designed house in Pasadena marries Asian and European elements in an interpretation of the California Mission style. Arts & Craft design elements, for which Charles and Henry Greene were known, are in adbundance. The U-shaped, restored house earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

Address: 1188 Hillcrest Ave., Pasadena 91106

Price: $6.85 million

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Built: 1911-12

Lot size: 30,060 square feet

House size: 8,559 square feet, seven bedrooms, six bathrooms

Features: Entry, center hall, living room, family room, dining room, media room, pantry, sculptured plaster interior walls, smooth gunite exterior walls, dark-green tile roof, enclosed courtyard with covered loggia, wisteria and rose arbors, mountain views

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About the area: The median sale price for a single family home in the 91106 ZIP Code in December was $1.283 million based on 13 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 12.3% increase compared with the same month the previous year.

Agent: Catherine Cheney, Coldwell Banker, (626) 233-2938

To submit a candidate for Home of the Day, send high-resolution color photos via Dropbox.com, permission from the photographer to publish the images and a description of the house to lauren.beale2@latimes.com.

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