Painstakingly Restored Greene & Greene House in Pasadena at a Fairly Reasonable Ask
By Laura Euler
Pasadena is well known among architecture aficionados for its astonishing Arts & Crafts-style houses, the most famous being the Gamble House, designed by architects Charles and Henry Greene, who designed a number of California-style Arts & Crafts houses in the area. This one, which has been through hell and back and is known as the William T. Bolton House, is now for sale via Matthew Berkley at Deasy Penner Podley for $5 million.
The spacious six-bedroom house sports six and a half bathrooms in 7,100 square feet. There are two kitchens, one on the first floor and another in the finished basement, plus a two-car garage and a guest house. At just over one-third of an acre, the lot is relatively compact but the property makes the most of its square footage with rustic and charming features, such as a dry creek bed.
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