Spanish Colonial Revival Home Designed By Herbert R. Brewster, Located in Altadena

Designed in 1932 by architect Herbert R. Brewster and situated on a large elevated corner lot, this architecturally significant Spanish Colonial Revival home exudes quality, charm and character. Located blocks from the Altadena golf course, hiking trails and Altadena Town and Country Club, this home boasts many original features such as hardwood floors, custom tile work and chandeliers, yet also has been thoughtfully and tastefully updated.

As you approach the front veranda, notice the built-in shelves either side of the stately front door. Enter through the spacious tiled foyer to find a grand living room with a wood-burning fireplace, cathedral beamed ceiling, hardwood floors, and French doors leading to a secluded patio with mountain views. The original wood-paneled formal dining room is bathed in light from a beautiful arched window allowing views to the front garden. The adjacent breakfast room has a tiled floor, built-in shelves, and garden views.

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