1887 Andrew McNally Estate Sells for $3M in Altadena, California

1887 Andrew McNally Estate Sells for $3M in Altadena, California

SOLD | Built 1887 | 7,437 Sq. Ft. | 9 Beds | 6 Baths | 0.79 Acres
654 East Mariposa Street, Altadena, California, United States, 91001

The Andrew McNally Estate, designed by Fredrick Roehrig in 1887, is an iconic Southern California Queen Anne residence set on 0.79 acres in Altadena. The historic home has sold for $3 million. Built for Andrew McNally, co-founder of the Rand McNally map publishing company, the home has been owned by the Dupuy family since 1955. Upgraded and updated for modern living with 7,437 square feet of living area, the 25 room, 9 bedroom, 6 bath mansion represents a once in a lifetime purchasing opportunity. The residence features remodelled bathrooms and a fabulous kitchen. You’ll also find spacious public rooms with soaring ceilings, a Turkish Room, carved woodwork and paneling, jewelled stained glass, ornate bronze steam radiators and a grand curved staircase to the second floor. The Andrew McNally Estate has also been featured in plenty of television shows and movies, most notably as the ranch home for Sherpa (Val Kilmer) in the series “Entourage”. The Andrew McNally Estate was on the market for $3.29 million with Teresa Fuller of Compass. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.

































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