1981 San Pasqual St, Pasadena, 91107
5 BD / 6 BA
The E. Lawrence Brown House, a Harold Bissner, Sr. 1928 Pasadena Spanish Colonial Revival home with Moorish accents. Situated in the prominent Cal Tech neighborhood, this residence is surrounded by architecturally attractive homes.
Upon entry through the carved wood mahogany door leading into the entry that showcases a stairway featuring original California tiles on the risers and wrought iron handrail, leading the eye upward to a stained glass window depicting a Spanish galleon.
Arched entrances from the entryway lead to a step-down living room, bright library with French doors flow to a lovely courtyard and dining room. All highlighted with detailed ceiling treatments and more tile treatments in the living room.
The large gourmet kitchen showcases several of the home’s original features into a modern kitchen. Offering approximately 4,300 square feet of living space, this large home boasts five bedrooms and six bathrooms including a master suite with private balcony.
A spacious veranda overlooks the magical courtyard garden with original tiled wall fountain, private entertainment space, and built-in barbecue area.
A delightful side garden courtyard is enclosed in an original scalloped wall with brick accents. Attention to period detail and attractive charm give this grand and comfortable home tremendous appeal.
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Listing courtesy of Sarah Rogers, John Aaroe Group