A Spanish Colonial Revival Home In the Heart of San Marino


Enter this breathtaking estate through iron gates and be impressed. The 1925 Spanish Colonial Revival home of approximately 7,000 square feet on close to an acre of striking grounds is located on coveted Lombardy Road in the heart of San Marino.

Prolific architect Kirtland Cutter designed this six-bedroom, six-bath home. On-site you’ll find a pool and spa, separate guest quarters over a two-car garage, covered arcade with arches and columns, large koi pond, regulation-size lighted north/south tennis court with newer US Open–specification surface, and mature trees and landscaping.

Other features of the home include an impressive foyer, step-down formal living room with fireplace, grand formal dining room, butler’s pantry, kitchen opening to the spacious family room, and library with fireplace.

There are two bedrooms with baths downstairs and four bedrooms upstairs, all with balconies capturing views of the San Gabriel Mountains and gorgeous grounds. The master suite has two walk-in closets, vanity with built-ins, marble bath with tub and spa, separate shower, and double sinks.

Other details include hardwood flooring, intricately patterned Spanish tiles, ornamental ironwork, handcrafted wall finishes, elaborate crown moldings, archways, custom window coverings, and five-zone central air conditioning and heating.

Notable previous owners include Samuel Jackson Dickey, president of the General Petroleum Co. (later Mobil Oil) in the 1940s, and William G. Simon, head of the Los Angeles office of the FBI during the 1960s.

This property is represented by Jeannie Garr Roddy of Pacific Union International. For more information, contact Roddy at 626-862-0620 or jeannie.garr@pacunionla.com.



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