Architect George Washington Smith intended the Spanish Colonial Revival design and style household for William M. Prindle and his wife Mina in 1926. Prindle was a wealthy mid-westerner who manufactured his fortune in a wide range of pursuits, together with a major genuine estate developer in Duluth, Minnesota specializing in luxurious qualities. The Prindles used their Pasadena residence exclusively as their winter retreat, amongst Thanksgiving and Easter every yr.
The 7-bedroom, nine-tub residence in 7970 sq. ft. is now (January 2017) on the industry mentioned for sale for $five,800,000 and described in the listing as “The Prindle household, a masterpiece intended by renowned architect, George Washington Smith, is out there for the initial time in 90 decades. Lovingly designed & cherished by just one spouse and children due to the fact 1926, this legendary estate is located a block from the prestigious Langham Resort. Resplendent in detail & character, Smith created an Andalusian residence reminiscent of the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain, with exquisite Moorish & Spanish architectural components elaborately shown inside of the estate’s monumental partitions. A baronial lobby with 25′ tall carved wooden ceilings & sweeping staircase, a grand LR, cozy library & an sophisticated DR, offer a initial glimpse of the intricate interior. French doorways open up to a romantic central courtyard with star fountain & arched loggia, great for entertaining & rest. 7 roomy BRs, three fireplaces, CA, copper plumbing, more recent roof, up-to-date electrical, an elevator & a recently-reworked chauffeur’s quarters are some of facilities. Tall carved wooden doorways from Fez, Morocco, direct to an enchanting walled yard with grassy lawn, experienced trees & a reflecting pool with drinking water jets. This magical placing enhances the mystique and grandeur of Smith’s overall structure. The Prindle Residence embodies the splendor of a bygone period & is a the moment-in-a life span option”.
The Prindle Residence is located at 1311 Hillcrest Avenue in the Oak Knoll neighborhood of Pasadena, California. You should do not use this image in any media with out my permission. © All rights reserved.
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