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Greene & Greene's 1909 Crow-Crocker House Hits the Market

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Located in Pasadena's Madison Heights neighborhood, this historic Greene & Greene Craftsman was commissioned by Dr. Samuel Crow in 1909. According to USC's highly informative virtual archives, the house was subsequently purchased by Edward Crocker, who "was responsible for doubling the size of the property by purchasing land to the west of the residence and enhancing it with extensive gardens and out buildings designed by Henry Greene." Built on a U-shaped plan with a center courtyard, the 3,168-square-foot bungalow features four bedrooms, three baths, formal living and dining rooms, two fireplaces, a sunroom with stained glass skylight, wood-paneled walls, built-ins, a separate guest cottage, swimming pool, and detached garage with caretaker's quarters. Per the listing, the .4-acre property "has been owned by the same family since 1958." Asking price is $3.4 million.

· 979 S El Molino Ave [Estately]