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1910 Pasadena Craftsman Designed by Frederick Roehrig

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Welp, yet another one of Pasadena's seemingly endless supply of pedigreed properties has hit the market. Today's golden oldie was designed by Frederick Roehrig, architect of the opulent Castle Green. According to John Crosse's excellent Southern California Architecture History blog, Roehrig, nicknamed "the Millionaire's architect," designed at least ten mansions along Orange Grove Boulevard, aka "Millionaire's Row." Per its listing, this particular residence was commissioned by some fancypants by the name of Bella N. Scofield in 1910. Sited on a .44 acre lot, the 4,800 square foot home features four bedrooms, four and a half baths, hardwood floors, crown molding, stained glass, marble and tile fireplaces, separate guest quarters, and a detached garage. It's listed at $1.85 million.
· Frederick L. Roehrig, The Millionaire's Architect [SoCal Arch History]
· 280 S Orange Grove Blvd [Zillow]