Designed by architects, Henry and Charles Greene, and built in 1906 by Swedish Master wood craftsmen Peter and John Hall, this exceptional property is an outstanding example of the American Arts and Crafts Movement. Located adjacent to Pasadena's historic Millionaires' Row, this elegant Craftsman has been sensitively restored w/handcrafted detailing. This 1st floor of the house features a front veranda, dramatic entry and grand powder room. The entry leads to a formal living room w/original Grueby tile fireplace. A Greene and Green style kitchen of redwood and maple incorporates every modern convenience. The butler's pantry retains its original double nickel sinks, Greene and Greene cabinetry, and restored Otis elevator. The gallery and sunroom lead to a rear patio and gardens, A laundry room mudroom, maid's bedroom and bath complete the 1st level floor plan. The 2nd floor includes five bedrooms, all w/en suite baths, and 3 enclosed sleeping porches.