Welcome to this absolutely charming home located in the highly desirable Santa Anita Oaks neighborhood. Situated on an expansive lot 45,447 square feet (120 x 378), this property offers a unique opportunity to own a historic home originally designed by renowned Southern California architect Wallace Neff in 1939. As you arrive, a circular driveway welcomes you home, adorned with a soaring Ash tree and a delightful rose garden, adding to the overall allure of the property. Step inside, and you'll be greeted by a spacious living room featuring beamed ceilings and a cozy fireplace, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Adjacent to the living room, you'll find the formal dining area, and the cooks' kitchen has excellent cabinetry and storage options. Upstairs, the primary suite is a true retreat, featuring a large walk-in closet and a luxurious bathroom . Additionally, there are three well-sized bedrooms, ensuring ample space for everyone in the household. There is one bedroom downstairs, making it ideal for use as a guest suite or a home office.The enclosed sunroom overlooks a beautifully landscaped and lush backyard with a large pool, spa, and pool house. Also, the abundant fruit trees and rose garden enhances the beauty of the park-like backyard. Don't miss the opportunity to own magnificent property in the Santa Anita Oak area near the Arboretum.
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