Queen Anne home built in 1888 for mapmaker Andrew McNally hits the market

By Marilyn Kalfus

A Queen Anne-style mansion in Altadena built in 1888 for mapmaker Andrew McNally is for sale for the first time in 65 years.

The 6,938-square foot, nine-bedroom house at 654 E. Mariposa St. is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The manse was designed by Frederick Roehrig, architect of Pasadena’s landmark Castle Green.

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