This stately 1924 Tudor, situated on a coveted street in Altadena, unveils itself via the dramatic metal roof and a masterful juxtaposition of modern and traditional.
The residence underwent a major transformation by lauded interior design firm House of Honey, resulting in a laid-back California vibe that respects the home’s character with ease.
The living room features a Batchelder fireplace, gum-wood crown moldings, and offers views to the backyard, new pool, cabana, and mountains.
The 4-bedroom, 5-bath home has been published in several international magazines and was featured on the front page of the Home section of The Wall Street Journal.
The charming dining room opens to the sunroom and stunning eat-in kitchen, highlighted by a Calacatta gold marble waterfall island and French doors leading to the patio.
Three large bedrooms and strikingly updated baths complete the first floor.
The expansive upstairs has been reimagined with the help of published architect Tom Marble, showcasing the vaulted ceilings and gabled roofline.
The master bedroom, massive open bath, walk-in closet, media room, office, den, and cozy nook creates a true oasis.
The residence also includes a chic guesthouse with stylish private bath and vaulted ceilings connects effortlessly from the main house.
Listing courtesy of Jennifer Parker-Stanton, Deasy/Penner & Partners.