The Duncan-Irwin House, 1906. A jewel in the crown of the Crown City, this seminal Craftsman masterwork by Charles & Henry Greene exemplifies the architectural styling of the California Arts & Crafts movement in the prestigious Park Place neighborhood.
This home ultimately paved the way for the Greenes’ signature style, which is evident in the Gamble House & other notable hallmark Pasadena homes.
Sited on one of the premium locations available at the turn of the last century, the house sits on a flat lot at the Arroyo’s edge, offering sweeping mountain & canyon views & blends seamlessly with its natural surroundings.
This singularly unique home resonates with authenticity & provides oversized entertaining spaces, terraces, decks & other features that cannot be replicated.
The Duncan-Irwin House offers a flexible configuration of 8 beds & 8 baths between the main residence, 3-car garage, pool & separate upper level guest house. The home has National Register & Mills Act status.
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Listing courtesy of David Goldberg and Peter Martocchio, Sotheby’s.