Sited with views over Annandale's 6th fairway, this colonial revival home designed by well-known Pasadena architect Donald D. McMurray, exudes elegance. Crisp white two-story columns line the brick porch and lead to red entry door flanked by pilasters and topped with a decorative pediment. Formal entry includes staircase with turned balusters and banded wood treads leading to bedrooms upstairs and a central hallway bringing the architecture's simple symmetry into the interior. Original hardwood floors gleam and windows are plentiful bringing sunlight and garden views to every room. Living room offers fireplace, built-ins and opens to both patio and yard. A stately formal dining room, also with fireplace, easily accommodates large group dining and opens to the perfect covered patio with garden view. A conversation den is adjacent for small group seating. The family room is both cheerful and cozy and opens to patio seating. Galley kitchen and mudroom are accessed through a spacious butler's pantry. Upstairs offers the owner's suite plus four additional bedrooms, four baths, a fitness studio, linen room and second stairway directly to pantry and kitchen. The grounds boast stone walls, woodland plantings, and eucalyptus, oak, olive, jacaranda and more.