The well-kept Craftsman-style home in Pasadena was designed and built more than a century ago by architectural firm Greene and Greene.
Listed for $4 million, the shingled two-story boasts scaled formal rooms, detailed paneling and an enclosed sunroom.
A two-story bay window was added to the home in 1929 and features original Judson Studios stained glass that filters natural light.
The main kitchen has been updated in the period style.(Don Lewis)
With a wood shake exterior and brick-lined front porch, the two-story home opens through a front door featuring teak inset paneling and stained glass by Emil Lange, a former principal for Tiffany Studios in New York.
This beautifully preserved Craftsman residence, a Charles and Henry Greene design built 113 years ago, showcases expert carpentry of the era with its rich paneling, tapered posts and cloud-lift motifs.
With a wood shake exterior and brick-lined front porch, the two-story home opens through a front door featuring teak inset paneling and stained glass by Emil Lange, a former principal for Tiffany Studios in New York. A two-story leaded-glass bay window in the main stairway — perhaps the home’s most distinguishing feature — was introduced in 1929 by architect Garrett Van Pelt.
Location: 370 West Del Mar Blvd., Pasadena, 91105
Asking price: $4 million
Living area: 7,162 square feet, six bedrooms, seven bathrooms
Lot size: 0.37 acres
Features: Teak-paneled front door; original stained glass; living room with Grueby tiled fireplace; mahogany-paneled dining room; enclosed sunroom; butler’s pantry; elevator; office; finished attic; permitted basement with catering kitchen; two-car garage; one-bedroom guest house
About the area: In the 91105 ZIP Code, based on 7 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in December was $1.109 million, an 8.1% decrease compared with the same month last year, according to CoreLogic.
Agents: Tink Cheney; Coldwell Banker Global Luxury; (626) 233-2938
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