Home of the Week: A Buff & Hensman Jewel Goes on the Block in San Marino

Published on Aug 28, 2020

This light-washed six-bedroom, six-bath home in San Marino was designed by the acclaimed Pasadena firm of modernist architects Buff & Hensman in 1975, the same year construction was completed on their California governor’s mansion commissioned by Ronald Reagan. Donald Hensman went on to meticulously renovate the interior in 2001, and in 2015, the current owner launched another big improvement project that included extensive landscaping designed by San Marino’s Ben Lundgren.

The secluded 7,200-square-foot home lies on 1.46 acres in the leafy neighborhood between Lacy Park and The Huntington. Designed to make the most of the natural setting, the home features two-story ceilings and sleek walls of glass that frame the landscaping.

The estate also includes a pool, a one-bath tennis pavilion and guest house abutting a lighted tennis court and a large new wood deck with panoramic views.

The listing is held by Jean Ni and William Ni of Coldwell Banker.

WHERE: 1665 Euston Rd., San Marino

HOW MUCH: $12,880,000

WHAT YOU GET: Six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a pool, a one-bath tennis pavilion and guest house

SIZE: 7,200 square feet on 1.46 acres


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