Vintage SoCal | Pasadena roots run deep at this hybrid Queen Anne-style Victorian
Steps lead up to the wide front porch of the green shingle- and plank-clad house.
Beyond the wood and pane-glass front door are such upgraded spaces as an open kitchen/dining area, a large family room and an elevator.
There are also three fireplaces and a powder room on the main level.(Susan Pickering)
Designed by Pasadena architect Harry Ridgeway, the Queen Anne-style Victorian is thought to have been built on spec in 1887. Ridgeway, who is credited with the design of part of Caltech when it was called Throop University, was known for combining different styles. Craftsman features are also incorporated in the house.(Susan Pickering)
The dining area.(Susan Pickering)
The open kitchen(Susan Pickering)
The large family room.(Susan Pickering)
Four bedrooms and three bathrooms occupy the second floor, which opens to a deck above the front porch.
One of the four bathrooms.(Susan Pickering)
An attic suite on the third floor consists of a sitting room/ bedroom with sloped ceilings and another bathroom.(Susan Pickering)
The property contains a brick-surrounded swimming pool with a spa, lawn, mature trees and a gated driveway. The detached oversized garage has four parking spaces.(Susan Pickering)