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475 La Loma Road, Pasadena

Grandness and intimacy are perfectly balanced in the Noble House, a 1911 masterpiece by architects Leonard A. Cooke and Garrett Van Pelt. This English Arts and Craft styled residence is sited on the crest of the Arroyo Seco affording sweeping views from the heart of southwest Pasadena, an area celebrated for its architectural heritage and quiet residential streets, conveniently close to Old Town Pasadena, downtown Los Angeles and Glendale/Burbank. The home offers a wealth of architectural details: dramatic ceilings, richly carved wood paneling, stained glass windows, and a Batchelder tile entry fountain. The public rooms are airy and light filled with vistas of the gardens. In addition to the requisite living, dining rooms and den there are numerous special use rooms such as a sun room, his and her studies, a game room, a pool changing room, a home entertainment room, a full stair accessible large attic and abundant storage rooms. Upstairs are four spacious bedrooms including a master bedroom suite. On the separate entrance lower level is a very private guest suite. Outside, an inspired landscape design by Mark Berry features a lighted N/S tennis court, a sparkling pool, enchanted private garden areas and inviting multi-level patios ideal for entertaining various sized groups. A rare classic beauty in a highly sought after neighborhood that affords casual elegance and comfort with state-of the-art amenities.

Virginia Stever & Robin Stever
  PASADENA, CA 91105
  626 568 7285 Direct
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