A Classic, Shuttered California Colonial Home Designed by H. Palmer Sabin in Southwest Pasadena

Classic, shuttered California Colonial designed by architect H. Palmer Sabin and situated on one of southwest Pasadena’s most desirable drives. Extensively redesigned interiors accentuate the home’s original quality with exposed hardwood floors, deep mouldings, French doors, window seats, custom handcrafted designer lighting fixtures, four fireplaces, and much more.

The home features a vaulted, beamed ceiling kitchen with open butler’s pantry, formal living and dining rooms, den, and family room with bar, primary suite with dual walk-in closets, second floor library/sitting room with balcony overlooking the rear grounds, and a second floor family room off upstairs bedrooms.

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