6 Beds 4 Baths 3,353 Sq.Ft.
You will find character and charm in this 1914 stately, two-story Colonial Revival designed by Sylvanus Marston. This iconic house is sited high off the street and fully enclosed with wrought iron fencing and a privet hedge for privacy. Known as The Gerlach House, it has been beautifully restored and is registered a Pasadena Historic Landmark with the distinguished Mills Act designation. This house offers an abundance French doors & windows that provide wonderful natural light. The oversized French door with side light windows and spacious front porch greet you as you approach the gracious entry. High ceilings, pocket doors, crown moldings and a Batchelder tile fireplace are a few of the many sought-after amenities. The beautiful staircase offers a mid-landing bench seat for reading/relaxing. Rare quarter-sawn oak flooring, built-in cabinets in the dining room with original hand-cut glass doors, and many original light fixtures are a few of the many magnificent features. The kitchen has been remodeled with Carrera marble, dual sinks and stainless steel appliances - perfect for the gourmet chef. The bathrooms have been remodeled/upgraded. This home is a testament to the era and a perfect blend of the charm of yesteryear and today’s modern conveniences. The upper floor offers four bedrooms, two updated baths and two spacious balconies, while the downstairs presents a day/breakfast room and laundry room (both are adjacent to the kitchen), and an en-suite bedroom/office. The 369 sqft guest apartment over the three-car garage, patios and mature landscaping create a unique and private setting.
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