Status   SOLD  
Myron Hunt colonial revival!!
1234 Hillcrest Avenue, Pasadena, CA, 91106 United States
sold
$3,900,000
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List Date9/30/2015
TypeSingle-family
StyleColonial
Bedrooms6
Bathrooms5
Square Footage5196 sq. ft.
Lot Size35533 sq. ft
Age1915
This Myron Hunt designed home is set on a graciously sloped 35,582 sq. ft. lot in one of Pasadena's most prestigious locations. Myron Hunt, one of Pasadena's truly renowned architects, designed city landmarks such as the Rose Bowl, Throop Hall at Cal Tech, the Huntington Library, and the original Pasadena Public Library. The builder, Peter Hall, was often called Pasadena's master builder, working with most of the area's major architects including Greene and Greene. Lovely architectural details include a grand entrance hall with an exquisite sweeping staircase, floor-to-ceiling windows throughout much of the home, an elegant living room with views of the lush rear yard, and a handsome library. A finished lower level with a recreation room and abundant storage, opens to a large brick patio. There is a detached room off the garage that could serve as an office or art studio. With original systems and detailing, this home could be brought to it's former state of elegance.