This 1931 Monterey Colonial Revival is an architectural treasure believed to have been designed by local architects Gentry & Son. The stately home captures the charm and romance of a bygone era, along with updated amenities.
Set back from the street for ultimate privacy, the home offers a view of the Altadena Golf course as well as the glorious San Gabriel Mountains. The entrance is graced by a hand-carved door leading into a formal entry with terra-cotta tiled floor. The staircase has original wrought iron details and inlaid Spanish tiles. The elegant living room features a beamed ceiling and stunning picture window that showcases the incredible view. The fireplace is flanked by a period window and built-in cabinet.
French doors open to the covered veranda. Both the living and dining rooms are of grand proportions featuring gleaming original wood floors and period fixtures. The library/family room features a beamed ceiling, built-in bookshelves and a fireplace. The spacious Spanish courtyard with a fountain and covered veranda is accessible from both the living room and library.
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