Offered for sale for the first time in over 40 years, this warm and wonderful Farm style home is located on one of southwest Pasadena’s most desirable streets near the banks of The Arroyo Seco. Originally built in 1901 and moved to this lovely location in 1912, the large front porch is the first of many architectural details that will impress and delight you. The formal living and dining rooms have window seats, incredibly large windows, crown molding, hardwood floors and corner fireplaces. The spacious kitchen and breakfast room open to a sun room and a wisteria covered veranda that was added by famed architect David Serrurier in 1981. The four bedrooms are upstairs – the Master having also been expanded to now include a sitting room, built-in bookshelves, walk-in closets and French doors leading to a private sun deck.

There is an expansive lower level recreation room that over the years has been used as a home office and painting studio. The private rear yard features a beautiful rose garden, grassy area and fruit trees. There is an over sized carport and covered potting area at the very rear of the property. This is a very special home in a coveted location with close proximity the historical and entertainment areas of Pasadena as well as the financial and cultural centers of Los Angeles.


Gretchen Seager