Laurie Stanford Turner, a Coldwell Banker Global Luxury Property Specialist affiliated with the Pasadena office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, has listed a San Marino property for $3,000,000. Located at 1560 Granada Ave. in San Marino, Calif., the four-bedroom, three-bathroom and approximately 2,750-square-foot home was designed by architect Theodore Pletsch.
“On the market for the first time in 50 years, this serenely private home and its grounds were designed for the McGilvray family in 1947,” said Turner. “The home was designed by the prolific San Marino architect Theodore Pletsch, who is known both for his residential and commercial designs in San Marino and Pasadena, including several prominent homes on Lombardy, Rosalind, Orlando, Virginia and Oak Grove as well as many area storefronts and the San Marino Tribune building.”
Located south of San Marino’s Mission District, the ranch-style home encompasses a large living room with a sunroom, formal dining room, breakfast room and a wood-paneled den. On an approximately 1.5-acre lot with landscape designed by architect Florence Yoch, who is credited with helping develop a distinctively Californian interpretation of classic European gardens, the grounds offer multiple gardens and an approximately 700-square-foot cabana with a raised hearth fireplace, wet bar, full bath and original shuffleboard court.
To view the home, contact Laurie Stanford Turner at 626-483-5269 or email@example.com.
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