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654 E Mariposa Street, Altadena, CA – $3,495,000

  • list_beds9
  • list_baths6
  • list_sqft7,437
  • list_garage4
  • list_walk71

Essential Information

  • MLS® #P1-2024
  • Price$3,495,000
  • Bedrooms9
  • Bathrooms6.00
  • Full Baths2
  • Half Baths1
  • Square Footage7,437
  • Acres0.79
  • Lot Square Footage34,614
  • Year Built1887
  • TypeResidential
  • Sub-TypeSingle Family
  • StatusActive
  • Walkscore71

Community Information

  • Address654 E Mariposa Street
  • AreaAltadena (604)
  • SubdivisionNot Applicable
  • CityAltadena
  • CountyLos Angeles
  • StateCA
  • Zip Code91001

Amenities

  • Parking Spaces4
  • # of Garages4
  • PoolNone

Parking

Porte-Cochere, Private, Side by Side, Garage - Two Door, Workshop

View

City Lights View, Hills View, Panoramic View, Mountain View

Interior

  • CoolingCentral A/C
  • FireplaceYes
  • # of Stories3
  • StoriesThree Or More Levels

Interior Features

Balcony, Beamed Ceilings, High Ceilings (9 Feet+), Stone Counters, Cathedral-Vaulted Ceilings, Coffered Ceiling(s), Crown Moldings, Wainscoting

Fireplaces

Living Room, Dining Room, Library

School Information

  • DistrictPasadena Unified

Additional Information

  • Date ListedOctober 27th, 2020
  • Days on Market168
  • HOA Fees0.00

Listing Details

  • AgentTeresa Fuller(01315387)
  • OfficeCOMPASS
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654 E Mariposa Street

The Andrew McNally Estate, grand and exotic, is an icon of the luxe Southern California promise that called those from colder climates to the bounty and sunshine available in Altadena at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains. Upgraded and updated for modern living with over seventy-four hundred square feet of living area, this twenty-five room, nine-bedroom, six-bath, seven-fireplace estate is a once in a lifetime purchase opportunity. Designed by Frederick Roehrig in 1887, maintained with integrity by the Dupuy family until present day, nearly all of its opulent nineteenth century features remain intact. Gorgeous remodeled kitchen and baths deliver instant livability. With panoramic views from the San Gabriels out to Catalina Island, there is no question that the estate, with aviary and four-car carriage house/garage, still reigns over the valley below. Spacious public rooms with soaring ceilings, including the legendary and eccentric Turkish Room, thrill with rich detail and the welcome feeling of relaxation catalyzed by natural materials and artistic narrative. Carved woodwork and paneling, jeweled stained glass, 24 gas lamps including chandeliers, ornate bronze steam radiators, massive pocket doors of wood and leaded glass and a grand carved staircase rising to the second floor delight the eye. Windows are generous and light is plentiful. Don't miss the third story Turret. Is this the most interesting home in the world? National Register of Historic Places 2007.

Lifestyle Data

Courtesy of Teresa Fuller(01315387) of COMPASS

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