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1288 Oak Grove Avenue
San Marino, CA 91108


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Property Remarks

Situated in the most prestigious estate area of San Marino on 1.52 acres of flat, park-like grounds,this gated Spanish Colonial was designed by renowned architect Roland E. Coate.The exceptional floor plan features grand-scale public rooms including dramatic 57-foot reception hall,gracious living room with fireplace,family room with wall of windows open to a large wood-beamed ceiling patio,paneled library with charming fireplace,formal dining room,gourmet kitchen,butler's pantry and a casual dining room.A guest powder room,3 staff bedrooms and one full bath on the main floor.6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms including an opulent master suite and a guest suite on the upper level.All the major rooms open to the gorgeous grounds with lighted championship tennis court,pool,pavilion with spa,putting g

Property Details

MLS#
316011386
Days on Market
284
Year Built
1930
Square Feet
9,204
Lot Size
1.52 Acres
Property Subtype
Single Family
Source of SqFt
Public Records
Source of Lot Size
Public Records

Location

State
CA
Area
San Marino (655)
County
Los Angeles

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Listing provided courtesy of Sabrina Wu , COMPASS


Exterior

Lot Acreage
1.52
Garage Spaces
4
Waterfront
No

Patio Features
Covered
Roofing
Spanish Clay Tile
View
Mountain View

Interior

Kitchen Features
Granite Counters
Island
Pantry
Second Kitchen
Bedroom Features
Master Suite
Walkincloset
Bathroom Features
Double Vanity(S)
Shower And Tub
Shower Over Tub
Bathroom Count
6 Full Baths
1 Half Bath
Interior Features
Built-Ins
Crown Moldings
Additional Rooms
Dining Room
Master Bedroom
Library
Formal Entry
Living Room
Separate Family Room
Two Masters
Walk-In Closet
Cooking Appliances
Double Oven
Free Standing Gas
Microwave
Range Hood
Equip/Appliances
Dishwasher
Garbage Disposal
Refrigerator
Flooring
Granite
Hardwood
Marble
Fireplaces
Other
Laundry
Individual Room

Additional Property Details

Guest House
No
Available for Lease
No
Horse Property
No
Maids
No

Style
Monterey Colonial
Lot Description
Automatic Gate
Back Yard
Fenced Yard
Front Yard
Landscaped
Lawn
Lot Shape-Irregular
Lot-Level/Flat
Single Lot
AC/Cooling
Air Conditioning
Heating
Gravity Heating
Sewer
In
Connected & Paid

San Marino

Incorporated in 1913, San Marino was designed by its founders as a residential area with large properties surrounded by gardens and wide streets. This careful planning resulted in a community known for its beauty over 100 years later.

Real Estate: The city is known for its fantastic quality of life and the stately elegance of the tree-lined streets with many single-family homes for sale. San Marino is full of beautiful estates including the home of astronomer Edwin Hubble, the Michael White Adobe House which houses the San Marino Historical Society archives, and an elegant home owned by the University of Southern California which is used as the residence of the President of the University. There are no apartments or townhouses in the area.

Community Life:  San Marino was designed to be primarily residential and residents are protective of the area’s beautiful wide streets and parkways. In the middle of San Marino lies Lacy Park, a 30-acre area that includes a picnic area that hosts concerts and community events.  Huntington Drive is the main thoroughfare through the town and is lined with shops and restaurants.

Education: There are four public schools in San Marino Unified School District: Valentine Elementary School, Carver Elementary School, Huntington Middle School, and San Marino High School. Local private schools include St. Felcitas and St. Perpetua Elementary, Learner High School, and Southwestern Academy.

Transportation: San Marino is easily accessed by the 210 Freeway. The area is served by many public bus routes through Metro and by the Gold Line at Allen Avenue Station.  

Local Attractions: One of the most historic sites is the Old Mill, which served as a grist mill for Mission San Gabriel and is the oldest commercial building in Southern California. The Huntington Library is one of the world’s great cultural, research, and educational centers in the area and includes 120 acres of world-famous botanical gardens. 

(Photo by Lee Benuska)

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