Freshly joining the market is yet another one of Pasadena's seemingly limitless supply of architecturally significant homes. Per its listing, this refined residence was designed in 1914 "for a wealthy family from Chicago" by Reginald D. Johnson, architect of Santa Barbara's grand Biltmore Hotel and Baldwin Hills's Village Green. Sited on a half-acre lot in the upscale Oak Knoll neighborhood, the 5,026-square-foot English Arts & Crafts house has six bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, a formal dining room, a library, an atelier, an updated kitchen with butler's pantry, enclosed porches, and a two-car garage with "chauffeur's quarters above." Features include detailed woodwork, two fireplaces, hardwood floors, French/mullioned windows, partial copper plumbing, and mountain views. Asking price is $3.989 million.
· 851 Fairfield Circle [Estately]