Built in 1930, this San Marino estate’s Beaux Arts style gives the house a dignified air, and the curved doorways, hardwood floors, and coved ceilings only underscore that.
The four-bedroom house holds a formal entry, a formal dining room, and a large eat-in kitchen on the first floor.
Upstairs are all of the bedrooms and three of the house’s four bathrooms. The master suite was built recently, and it includes its own balcony overlooking the backyard. The house is outfitted with separate air conditioning and heating systems for the separate floors.
The house sits on a flat lot measuring over 15,000-square-foot. Its ample grounds include a tennis court, a rec room, huge covered patio, a large spa, and space to built an approximately 1,000-square-foot guest house, says the listing copy.
It is listed for $2.888 million.
- 2465 South Oak Knoll Avenue [Tom Flanagan/John Aaroe Group]