206 North Grand Avenue is a Queen Anne Style Victorian, built in 1895-1899, and set among other historically significant homes in the Arroyo
Terrace District of Pasadena. This home offers 5 bedrooms and 3 baths within 3009 Sq Ft (measured) on a tree lined block with homes by Greene and Green, Myron Hunt and Sylvanus Marston to name a few. From the wrap around front porch,the double door entry welcomes you to a large foyer with a grand staircase high-lighted with hand-turned spindles and graceful bannisters, plus shining wood floors and gorgeous details throughout. The first floor features a sensational living room with a grand bay window to the front, a formal dining room with a decorative fireplace, a bay window and access to a side porch. In addition, there is a bedroom or den, an updated 3/4 bath and an office with beautiful built in bookcases plus access to the rear porch and back yard. Completing the first floor is a spacious, remodeled chef style kitchen with Viking appliances, custom tin ceiling, granite counters and a light and bright adjacent breakfast room that looks out to a beautifully landscaped backyard. Step outside and enjoy eating al fresco on the lovely patio. On the 2nd floor you have 4 additional bedrooms, a beautifully updated 3/4 bath, a full bathroom and a laundry room. There is a pull-down ladder access to the fully finished spacious attic, measuring 1131 sq ft (not included in the 3009 sq ft) that includes windows, 2 ceiling fans, a closet and a front porch to sip a beverage and star gaze. , The detached carriage house (garage) has room for 2 cars and a stairway leading to a fully finished room with 351 sq ft (not included in the 3009 sq ft) that can be a game, billiard or entertainment room - whatever you please. Behind the carriage house is an office/studio/workroom with 131 sq ft (not included in the 3009 sq ft) and 2 storage closets. This well-loved home was originally owned by George Hutchins, a descendant of British Royalty. In 1986 the Hutchins House was declared a City Landmark by the City of Pasadena. It is also a contributor to the Arroyo Terrace National Historic District in 2007. The Queen Anne style is more horizontal, with round corner towers, carved wood garlands and a generous use of broad bay windows to bring in our gorgeous Southern California sunshine. Enjoy living near museums, Old Town, the Rose Bowl, the Gamble House and easy access to the freeways.
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