This gracious 1910 estate in the Oak Knoll neighborhood, Pasadena has just hit the market, priced at $13.8 million. The gorgeous residence has been the Pasadena Showcase House of Design twice, both this year and in 1993. The house dates back to 1910 and offer a little over 9,400 square feet of space with 7 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms. Designed by Fernand Parmentier, a leading champion of the Arts and Crafts movement, it has many Craftsman elements, from horizontal bands of windows to Honduran mahogany beams and moldings. A foyer hearth with built-in settle, a grand salon ceiling of intricately carved plaster and a stunning fireplace surround of green Grueby tile add to the rich ambience.
The completely remodeled Craftsman style kitchen features apron-front sinks and an island with statuary Grigio marble counter. The master bath has a floating glass shower stall sized for two. A large carriage house now serves as a guest home. The expansive grounds include a swimming pool, wisteria arbor, koi pond, and outdoor kitchen with wood-fired pizza oven. It’s on the market for $13.8 million with John Aaroe Group.