Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style
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Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style

Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style

The two-story home on Pasadena’s South Grand Avenue evokes Mayberry with its white-painted shingles, varying roofline and a wide front porch.

 

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Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style

The two-story home on Pasadena’s South Grand Avenue evokes Mayberry with its white-painted shingles, varying roofline and a wide front porch.

Designed by architect Seymour Locke more than 120 years ago, the five-bedroom home is one of the few remaining Shingle-style homes that remain in Pasadena.

 

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Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style

Dating to 1895, when Grover Cleveland was serving his second term as president, the two-story displays the fine craftsmanship of the era with its period built-in and multiple original fireplaces.

 

 

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Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style

Wood accents and beams are throughout the home.

 

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Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style

Original fireplace.

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Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style

Set on more than half an acre, the home is surrounded by gardens, mature trees and a producing vineyard. Walls throughout the grounds were built with stone sourced from the Arroyo Seco.

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Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style

One of the 4.25 bathrooms.

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Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style

The patio.

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Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style

The gazebo.

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Home of the Week | An ode to New England’s Shingle style

The vineyard.

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