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1907 Craftsman by Greene & Greene in Pasadena

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According to USC's Greene & Greene archives, between 1900 and 1906, a Pasadena doctor by the name of William T. Bolton commissioned no less than three houses from the Arts & Crafts architects. Judging by this enthusiasm, it seems safe to say the good doctor probably would have commissioned even more homes from the Greene brothers if he hadn't up and died in 1907. Though Dr. Bolton never got to live in the third residence, now you can, as it's just been put up for sale. Located just east of Millionaire's Row, the 5,725 square foot Craftsman features, per the listing, six bedrooms, six and a half baths, a formal living room with original Grueby tile fireplace, a gallery, a sunroom, three enclosed sleeping porches, a butler's pantry with original double nickel sinks, Greene & Greene cabinetry, a restored Otis elevator, a full basement, and a guest cottage with kitchen and bath. Sited on a .37-acre lot, it's asking $2.975 million.
· 370 W DEL MAR Blvd [Estately]
· Dr. W. T. Bolton House, #3 [USC Greene & Greene Archives]