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Architect Elmer Grey's 1910 Residence For Sale

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The former Pasadena home of Elmer Grey, the architect who designed the Pasadena Playhouse, Huntington Art Gallery, and Beverly Hills Hotel, is back on the market after 50 years, reports The Huffington Post. The 3,400 square foot, 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom estate is currently listed at $1.8 million and "sits on private, landscaped grounds" with an emphasis on "indoor/outdoor living." According to Curbed LA, only two families have ever owned the residence. Have yourself an architecturally significant little Christmas.