The Wright house was designed by Louis DuPueget Millar and is part of the Lower Arroyo Seco Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Set back off of California Blvd beyond a gated driveway and reminiscent of an English country estate, this 1910 property is full of original detail & charm. Beautiful brickwork leads to the front patio of this historic shingle and stucco craftsman. The hedged rose garden and gracious front entertaining area may be part of the garden design developed in 1924 by Henry Greene, of the famed Greene & Greene. The home’s original oak door opens to a large entry hall and craftsman detail staircase. The main floor features living room and dining room, each with a fireplace. Off of the living room there is a light filled office with built in mahogany cabinets and a sitting room with French doors to the front patio.

The kitchen is light and airy with stone counters and center island. An eating area with bay window overlooks the backyard and pool.Heading upstairs, there is a sunroom/family room off the landing and a neighboring bedroom now used as a media room. The elegant master suite is complete with a roomy closet & spacious bath. There are 2 additional bedrooms and bathrooms and laundry upstairs.


LeAnn Healy