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National Register Heineman & Heineman in Pas Asking $4.3MM

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On the market for the first time in 50 years is Pasadena's Lydia C. Edmands House. Designed in 1917 by architect Alfred S. Heineman for "a wealthy widow," the Cotswald cottage is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The 6,319-square-foot residence features four bedrooms, five baths, elaborate and extensive woodwork, leaded-glass windows, a massive Batchelder fireplace, a solarium, decorative tile, hardwood floors, a separate guest house, swimming pool, and cabana. Sited on a .62-acre lot in the Oak Knoll district, it's asking $4.299 million.

· 1233 Wentworth Avenue [Official site]
· 1233 Wentworth Ave [Estately]