Home of the Week: Marston & Van Pelt, 1926 | The Arthur Bush Stevens House

Exceptionally located on Pasadena’s loveliest streets, this 1926 Marston & Van Pelt Spanish Revival estate features nearly ¾ landscaped acres with mature trees, a stunning rose garden, expansive lawns, vegetable garden and outdoor entertaining pavilion. Grand foyer and gracious public rooms open to the magnificent grounds.

Six bedrooms, each en suite include the master suite with walk-in his and hers closets and a downstairs guest wing. There are a total of nine bathrooms. While honoring the original architectural integrity, the home has also enjoyed a thoughtful renovation and expansion of an additional 2,200 square feet of living and entertaining space.

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