691 La Loma Road, Pasadena


Located on one of Pasadena’s most popular streets, this 1907 English- style Craftsman house reflects the influence on architect Timothy Walsh of English medieval houses. Walsh, originally from Boston, was known for his ecclesiastical designs, including Boston College and the Church of the Angels and designed this house with a masterful use of light and air.

The main house features a traditional floor plan in the downstairs. In addition to the formal living room, formal dining room and library, there is a large “cook’s” kitchen, large laundry area, an attached garden room with an informal dining and sitting area plus a maid’s room and bath, currently used as a family room.

Upstairs are 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 2- ½ bathrooms, ensuite, a covered porch and an office.

There are four working fireplaces, central air and the house has been retrofitted. Additionally, there is a charming guest house plus a three car garage wired for electric cars. There is a swimming pool, expansive gardens, including a large area dedicated to the growing of vegetables and fruit trees.