pasadena\'s taste of france

by:Runcheng Chuangzhan     2019-09-21
Southern France meets Arroyo, the southern part of Pasadena, a 1923 Mediterranean Revival designed by famous Southern California architects Reginald Johnson, Roland KOAT and George Kaufman
The house is built near the edge of the cliff, with a vast view of the Colorado Street Bridge, Arroyo Vista del Arroyo and the San Gabriel Mountains from most of its 15 rooms.
A sloping and curved lane winds through the street.
Car garage and attached guest house, circular car court located in front of the house.
The green grounds are covered with mature oak trees, maple trees and eucalyptus towers, adding privacy.
From the front, the circular part of the facade is located in the center of a pair of rectangular wings, and the exterior wall is covered with a shallow lemoncolor stucco.
Small white awning and blinds
The framed windows and the sloping wooden roof have shallow eaves.
The recessed front door leads to one or two
Story entrance hall with Board Blackand-
White tile floor.
Straight forward is the study with signature dark oak floors, iron curtain poles, crown molding and high ceilings.
On one side of the fireplace, the double doors lead to the covered loggia and the pool area with vines --
A hut with a covering and a big palm tree.
On the other side, an arched glass door leads to the main yard.
A brick walkway winds through the broad lawn with a fireplace next to the outdoor living room near Arroyo.
The study and entrance hall have a large living room with mural wall, floor-to-
Ceiling windows and fireplace with carved wood fireplace.
Double glass doors lead to the formal dining room centered on brass and crystal chandeliers.
A covered porch of the restaurant was transformed into a solarium with tiled concrete floors and windows.
In addition to the remodeled Butler kitchen, the professionally updated kitchen is equipped with Thermador appliances including six
Custom hidden burner range, double oven and oversized refrigerator
Cupboard with wood.
The kitchen is also equipped with Venetian plaster walls, soapy stone counters, Brazilian slate and copper floors, and a set of painted tiles from Walker Sanger.
A maid\'s dormitory outside the kitchen was converted into a family office and a wood --and-
Tile stairs with carved railings from kitchen to upstairs.
The main staircase rises from the entrance to the wide platform.
Double door leads to master suite with fireplace, narrow balcony and two walking pathsin closets.
The main bathroom features an oversized shower and spa tub, a double copper sink and a limestone counter.
The corridor down the stairs platform has access to three other upstairs bedrooms, two of which include a closed sleeping porch.
Homeoftheweek @ latimes.
ComTo submit a family candidate for a week, send high-
Resolution color photo with title and credit information on CD and detailed description of the House of Lauren bill, LA Times Business Channel, 202 W1st St. , L. A. , CA 90012.
Questions can be sent to homeoftheweek @ latimes. com.
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