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ENTERTAINMENT
May 7, 2009
Spanish Colonial Revival Renowned architect Myron Hunt designed ?La Casa Bonita? as a private residence in 1922. Some of his other significant projects include the Rose Bowl, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and the Huntington Library in San Marino. The home is a beautiful portrait of past elegance and present day living. Features include original ironwork and light fixtures, hand-painted ceilings and doors, stained-glass windows, and a ?Chinese Room? including an original bed designed especially for the room.
BUSINESS
January 26, 2006
Entering the grand house at 780 Greenridge Drive in La Cañada, one is met with a sweeping spiral staircase, dark detailed columns and marble floors. The grand entry opens to a lovely step-down living room with rich hardwood floors and a massive fireplace. The living room leads to a formal dining room, offering full glass French sliding doors overlooking the city with an outdoor covered dining area and lovely pool. The incredible gourmet kitchen includes a butler's pantry, wine closet, center island, Viking cook-top, dual ovens and oversized Sub-Zero refrigerator, opening to a charming round breakfast area with a detailed faux painting reminiscent of an Italian villa complete with raised cloud ceiling and cascading grape vines.
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November 24, 2005
Located in the prestigious Greenridge area of La Cañada Flintridge, the architecture of this home carries strong influences of the Italian Renaissance. The grand entry, with sweeping staircase, dark detailed columns and marble flooring, opens to a lovely step-down living room with rich hardwood floor and a massive fireplace. The living room leads to the formal dining room, which offers French sliding doors that overlook the city, an outdoor covered dining area and the lovely pool.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 7, 2009
Spanish Colonial Revival Renowned architect Myron Hunt designed ?La Casa Bonita? as a private residence in 1922. Some of his other significant projects include the Rose Bowl, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and the Huntington Library in San Marino. The home is a beautiful portrait of past elegance and present day living. Features include original ironwork and light fixtures, hand-painted ceilings and doors, stained-glass windows, and a ?Chinese Room? including an original bed designed especially for the room.
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