The Clark Residence, 1912

931 Cypress Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91103
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In the Arts and Crafts Style - built during the height of the electric railway era, this home was originally built for Amos Z. Clark, a station agent for the Huntington Electric Railroad Company, his wife Emma, and their 6 children. Hallmark craftsman details remain intact; including original gabled dormers, restored double-hung windows and inviting wood columned front porch. During renovation, this home was featured on the pages This Old House magazine, and seen on HGTV highlighting the current owners’ attention to detail in both the kitchen and downstairs bathroom. The open living and dining spaces boast restored built-ins, hardwood flooring, molding and trim, original hardware, and period lighting. The dining space flows into a newly renovated custom kitchen and includes locally handmade tiles, a double farmhouse sink, and modern appliances. The ground floor master bedroom and bath exuded the charm of the era. Upstairs are three additional bedrooms and shared bathroom with claw-foot tub. Upgrades include a new roof, exterior paint and stucco, solar panels, new copper plumbing and electrical, HVAC, Nest thermostat, new garage door, rear deck, landscaping and irrigation.

Area: 1812 sq. ft.
Bedrooms: 4
Baths: 2
Garage: 2 Cars

Daniella Hernandez
Crosby Doe Associates, Inc.
(310) 922-4825

John Jacob Matthes
Crosby Doe Associates, Inc.
(626) 536-4001