Home of the Week | English Tudor pours on the charm in Alhambra
The English Tudor Revival-style home was built in 1927 by Arthur A. Tennyson, a master builder of both homes and ships who emigrated to the U.S. in 1881.
Set on a leafy Alhambra lot, the two-story puts forth a classic facade featuring half-timbering, brick chimneys and front-facing gables.
Inside, the 3,111-square-foot floor plan features antique fireplaces, tiger-oak flooring and a living room set beneath a barrel rolled ceiling.(Erik Grammer)
Classic living spaces are part of the home’s charm.(Erik Grammer)
A winner of multiple preservation awards, the restored home showcases such classic elements as ornamental half-timbering, front-facing gables and mullioned casement windows.
The built-in breakfast nook.(Erik Grammer)
Antique fixtures and a vintage kitchen stove are among character details found inside.
The home has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in 3,111 square feet.(Erik Grammer)
The home features a brick patio and mature landscaping.(Erik Grammer)
Set in the Orange Blossom Manor Tract, an Alhambra enclave that was once the site of a booming commercial orange grove, this charming residence is a well-kept example of the English Tudor Revival style.