Known as the Halsted House, this Pasadena bungalow was designed by Charles and Henry Greene in 1905 for S. Hazard Halsted, president of the Pasadena Ice Company, and his wife, Louise T. Halsted. (Blueprints and early photographs of the home can be found on USC's Greene & Greene virtual archive.) Per the listing, the 3,806 square foot craftsman features five bedrooms, four and a half baths, two fireplaces, hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, stained glass windows, French doors, crown moldings, wainscoting, built-ins, a walk-in pantry, partial copper plumbing, and "an enclosed sleeping porch that doubles as a huge walk-in closet." Sited on an 11,892 square foot lot, the landmark property also "enjoys Mills Act tax relief." In the negative column, there's its location--an arroyo-stone's throw from the 134 freeway. Last sold in 2007 for $1.4 million, it's now listed with an asking price of $1.499 million.
· 90 North Grand Avenue [Ted Clark & Partners]