Designed by architect Winchton L Risley in 1937, this magnificent Colonial Revival estate is located on one of Pasadena’s premiere streets. Home to a long legacy of Pasadena families, this property has welcomed generations of curators. The well-proportioned rooms are architecturally appointed with gleaming hardwood floors, crown molding and beautiful woodwork. The sophisticated living room features a stunning marble faced fireplace and is framed by wood paneled walls and built-in shelves. The dining room and living room feature walls of glass with French doors, soaking in the signature rear gardens and the oversized wrap around covered patio. A rare and mature white wisteria covers the patio with grace and elegance. The grounds of this estate are jaw dropping and have been in a number of feature articles showcasing its original Landscape architects Florence Yoch and Lucile Council. The grounds enjoy quiet retreats and tucked away patios, ideal for entertaining or quiet meditation. Beautiful California Oaks and a variety of lush plantings, Citrus trees and DG paths meander in both the front and rear of the home. The garden hosts a charming chicken coup and a separate structure ideal as an office, reading room or gym.