780 Fairfield Circle, Pasadena, CA
In the 1920's, Southern California's Golden Age of Architecture, Pasadena's historic Oak Knoll enclave attracted new prominent architects. In 1925, Hollywood favorite Paul Revere Williams designed this Monterey Colonial on a 20,000+-square-foot lot. The home exquisitely reflects Williams' talent. A beautiful circular drive highlights the charming facade of this home. Once inside, the gracious living room features casement windows, beamed ceilings and a Spanish style fireplace. Beyond, a sunroom beckons to a wall of windows overlooking the majestic grounds. In the well-planned kitchen, French doors open to a deck with a treetop view. Arched French doors in the lower level family room open out to the yard. The master and two more bedrooms and baths are on the top level, which open to balconies front and rear. The serene grounds, shaded by old-growth trees, extend a full block to the street behind. This is a rare chance to own an architectural treasure in the Oak Knoll area.