Altadena’s incredible McNally estate seeks $3.79M

By Bianca Barragan

This incredible landmark estate sits on what was once referred to as Altadena’s Millionaire’s Row. Built in the Queen Anne style in 1888, the grand residence was commissioned by Andrew McNally, a founder and vice-president of the Rand-McNally Map Company of Chicago.

Designed by Frederick Roehrig, the architect of Pasadena’s Castle Green, the house retains its nineteenth-century opulence.

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