Picturesque Prospect Park Revival Home

Friday, June 8, 2018 | 8:03 pm

 

Nestled in the heart of Prospect Park, this neighborhood enjoys distinction on the National Register of Historic Places for its collection of architectural homes, including 535 Prospect Blvd, which was constructed in 1916 by the prolific architect & builder G. Lawrence Stimson-known for his work on the Wrigley Mansion & other iconic properties in the area.

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Set along a stately residential boulevard canopied by mature camphor trees, this classic Colonial Revival home has been lovingly maintained & improved. With 4,132 interior square feet on a 13,875 square foot lot, this four bedroom & four bath home has well-proportioned rooms on four levels with private terraces & balconies offering views to the San Gabriel Mountains and the hills of Linda Vista, manicured gardens, and a pool.

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In addition to its unique outdoor offerings, a vintage passenger elevator services all four floors. The oversized garage has ample room for 2 large cars, and more. Perfect for relaxing or entertaining, the property offers a variety of interior and exterior spaces, including a sunroom, formal dining room, office area (or potential mother-in-law suite) butler’s pantry, and family/tv room.

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535 Prospect Blvd provides a quality lifestyle in a prime, gorgeous neighborhood setting.

Main Features:

Beds: 4
Bath(s):4
Home Sq.Ft: 4,132
Lot Sq. Ft: 13,875
Year Built: 1916

For a virtual tour of the property, visit www.houseofmartocchio.com.

Offered at $2,599,000

Peter Martocchio (626 529-6880)
DRE#: 1311046

David Goldberg (626 644-6011)
DRE#: 1457415

Sotheby’s International Realty
800 E. Colorado Blvd., Ste 150
Pasadena, CA 91101

 

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