Greene and Greene’s Bolton House in Pasadena seeks $5 million

By Sandra Barrera

Before the Gamble House or the Blacker House, sibling architects Charles and Henry Greene completed this early Craftsman in Pasadena for a prominent physician. The Dr. W.T. Bolton House is up for sale at nearly $5 million. Within 7,100 square feet of this property added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 are six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and two kitchens. That includes a commercial kitchen in the basement, accessible by elevator. The basement contains an enclosed area for kitchen prep and a wider living area. They’re among the updates made to the house since its completion in 1906.

The basement contains an enclosed area for kitchen prep and a wider living area. They’re among the updates made to the house since its completion in 1906. After changing hands in 1918, the new homeowners — sisters Cordelia, Kate, and Margaret Culbertson — brought in architect Garrett Van Pelt to add a two-story oriel window in place of the flat articulated horizontal window that originally lined the large staircase.

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