A Stunning Abraham Denman Estate / Lucille W. Luckhardt Home Located on Peaceful Lomita Drive in Pasadena

The Abraham Denman Estate / Lucille W. Luckhardt, architect. As the maiden property on peaceful Lomita Drive, this family estate prominently rises above the street, encompassing over 3/4 acre of nearly flat landscaped grounds and 6,301 sf of living space – featuring the main residence, guest house, expansive lawns, pool/spa, terraces, and outdoor sojourns, as well as a three-car executive garage. Grand public areas commence with a majestic foyer, flanked by formal living and dining rooms, each with french doors that flow out to brick pavers and lawns.

Chef’s kitchen with adjoining great lounging room – all leading to the outdoors – provide abundant space for more casual entertaining. Private first-floor bedroom and bath provide for separate guest accommodations. Butler’s pantry and bar, separate breakfast room, paneled library with fireplace, powder and laundry room. Exquisite finishes such as de Gournay Chinoiserie papering, custom cabinetry, and millwork throughout.

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