1928 Monterey Colonial Revival estate
April 23, 2021
Quiet, privacy and peace are found in this elegant Roland Coate designed Monterey Colonial Revival estate built in 1928.
Found on one of the most coveted streets in South Pasadena, this estate is minutes by car to Downtown LA and the Gold Line, making it convenient to dining, shopping & entertainment.
Meticulously maintained and upgraded over the years, the grounds are an entertainer’s delight built on over one acre, striking a balance between the grandeur of an estate and the warmth of a comfortable, relaxing family home.
The updated floor planand modern amenities remain true to its historic architecture. The main house features four upstairs en-suite bedrooms with an additional bedroom on the main level, each tastefully designed with impeccable finishes.
A sunny loggia connects the interior to the exterior with three sets of dramatic Palladian steel doors that open to the main courtyard with a fountain and oversized fire-pit making outdoor events year round a pleasure. A bluestone path lined with olive trees leads to an elegant pool and spa, a lighted north/south tennis court, bocce court, a batting cage and a stunning pool house.
The pool house offers a covered pavilion with a fireplace, groin-vault ceiling & steel Palladian doors mirroring those in the loggia with a kitchenette, bathroom & a fully equipped barbecue/outdoor kitchen. Up a set of exterior stairs resides a separate guest quarters which includes a bedroom, bathroom and a gym.
2024 Ashbourne Drive, South Pasadena is offered at $8,875,000 by Ted Clark and Heather Lillard.1928 Monterey Colonial Revival estate first appeared on California Real Estate Blog. Visit External Link