Former Home of Telephone Pioneer F.R. Welles Lists for $5.68 Million in Altadena, California

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Isaac Garcia

Former Home of Telephone Pioneer F.R. Welles Lists for $5.68 Million in Altadena, California

$5,688,888 | 1917 | 7,000 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 5 Baths | 0.59 Acres
234 E Mendocino St, Altadena, CA 91001
Villa Carlotta, located in the charming town of Altadena, is a stunning historic estate that exudes timeless beauty and serene elegance. Commissioned and designed by renowned architect, Myron Hunt in the early 1900s and has since become a beloved National Historical Landmark. Surrounded by lush gardens and towering trees. The Mission Revival-style architecture is characterized by its library paneling, high ceilings, tall windows and intricate detailing. One of the first homes in Altadena with electricity in its original plans. The property has been meticulously preserved, maintaining its original charm and allure. The estate lends itself to social gatherings, musical performances, whilst the filming industry comes beckoning as a popular film location. The combination of its architectural splendor and captivating ambiance makes it a fitting venue for celebrations and special occasions besides an estate to welcome as your home. Overall, Villa Carlotta in Altadena is a true gem, offering a glimpse into a bygone era while providing an idyllic setting for relaxation and cultural immersion. Whether it be for a leisurely visit, a special event, or simply to bask in its timeless beauty, this historic estate is sure to leave a lasting impression on all who have the pleasure of visiting or calling this masterpiece, HOME.

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