Built in 1905, this spacious craftsman residence is located in Historic Garvanza, a subdistrict of Highland Park. The 2,576 square foot home was recently registered as a Historical Landmark and is part of the Mills Act tax program for yearly tax savings.
The 4 bedroom, 2 bath just a few steps from Pasadena’s ornate Church of Angels. It features many architectural details of early California architecture, including clinker bricks, stained Oregon pine woodwork and open beamwork.
The first floor offers a large wood paneled living room, kitchenette, bathroom and laundry area.
A second floor bedroom includes a pitched roof and walk-in closet. There is also a permitted artist’s studio/guest suite that was added in 1988, which is architecturally compatible and was designed to accomodate large artworks.
The residence is sited on a 15,163 square foot lot with winding pathways, mature oak trees, an arroyo stone wishing well fountain and a garden shed.
This home is one of Historic Garvanza’s oldest and largest properties. It’s in a great location with easy access to downtown, Eagle Rock, Pasadena and South Pasadena.
Listing courtesy of Peter Martocchio and David Goldberg, Sotheby’s International Realty.