Spanish Colonial Compound
Legendary builder Edward Fowler designed this incredible Hacienda as his own residence in the late 1920s. Today it remains as one of the finest examples of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture in Pasadena. This important compound maintains the architectural integrity of a by-gone era. The home’s large and impressive public rooms feature beautiful Spanish tile, black steel-frame windows, and wood beamed ceilings as well as many other period details. The main level includes a large formal living room, a spacious dining room, as well as a media room, and den area. The kitchen is spacious and the perfect gathering spot for any occasion with a beautiful, not to mention very functional, hand crafted wood center island and professional grade appliances. There are three large bedrooms upstairs, each with their own en-suite bathroom. The house also includes a guest bedroom with its own private entrance and an additional staff bedroom.