Irving Gill dotted California with architecturally significant homes like the Miltimore House in South Pasadena.
Sited on .63-acres, the landmark was designed in 1911 for Mrs. Paul Miltimore and is said to be Gill’s most significant surviving residence in Southern California.
The Miltimore House is listed #11 on South Pasadena’s Register of Cultural Heritage Landmarks. The home is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Since first built, only three families have owned the residence. The home retains original features: hardwood floors, lathe and plaster walls, French doors, casement windows, two fireplaces, and sinks and tubs encased in magnesite.
Known for his nature-inspired designs, everything from the tree-lined street filled with hundred-year-old oak trees to the residence’s surrounding landscape brings nature’s beauty right to your door.
Listed by Crosby Doe and Ilana Gafni, the property located at 1301 Chelten Way is on the market for the first time in 66 years. The asking price is $4 million.