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1907 Pasadena Craftsman Designed By Grable and Austin

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If you have a thing for light fixtures, you're going to love this Pasadena craftsman designed by Frederick C. Grable and Clarence Austin and built in 1907. The four bedroom, three bathroom house "was a passion project for the current owner who completed renovations w/ attention to detail & in the highest quality," according to the listing. Some of those details include "Beautiful period hardware on windows & doors; Millwork replicated throughout the home that is true to the period; Ceilings have been vaulted for additional light & height." The house also has solar panels, fiberglass insulation, and a saline pool. And it's called the Frederick C. Grable House, so it sounds like Grable could've lived here too. It last sold in 2009 for $1.525 million, according to Redfin. It was listed in August asking $1.85 million and has been chopped down to $1.795 million.
· 520 West CALIFORNIA Blvd [Redfin]