Mr. J.K. Baillie, a prominent Pasadena business leader, commissioned Wallace Neff to design an American Colonial Revival on this almost flat acre in 1922. Mr. Baillie, a Director of Lincoln Mortgage Company, was a financial backer of Wallace Neff and desired a property that would enhance the barn original to the property dating from the 1880’s. The current owners purchased the property in 1998 and have completely remodeled and refurbished the house and property.
Features include a large living room with a fireplace, a library with a fireplace, a paneled dining room, butler’s pantry, kitchen/family room combination, laundry room and a bedroom and bath down stairs. The kitchen countertops are honed green marble and the fireplace surrounds are honed black slate. There is a Viking Range, Sub-Zero Refrigerator, 2 Bosch Dishwashers and Meile Washer and Dryer.
Upstairs are four bedrooms and 2 baths. The Master bath was remodeled in 2012