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1428 Imperial Drive Glendale: Most Expensive Home Sold November 2019

The most expensive home sold in November 2019 was 1428 Imperial Drive, Glendale. This Historical Glendale Estate sold for $2,600,000 in forty-two days. This luxury home originally listed at $2,695,000. The sellers purchased this home in 2005 for $1,600,000. In fourteen years the home appreciated over one million dollars.

1428 Imperial Dr Glendale: Most Expensive Home Sold November 2019

MLS REMARKS READ: Wellman House c. 1930. Glendale Historic Resource #70 with Mills Act. Sitting prominently on a tree-lined street is an impeccably restored Spanish Colonial Revival home on a private, walled, double lot. The courtyard with a century-old olive tree greets you with hand-painted tiles & hand-forged ironwork. Entertain in the spacious formal dining and elegant living rooms with period fixtures and beamed ceilings. The gourmet kitchen features mahogany cabinetry and soapstone counters. Relax in the family and sitting rooms that open onto the expansive terrace and resort-style grounds. Upstairs are four bedrooms, including a master suite with fireplace, private covered balcony and thoughtfully restored bathroom. Other areas include an additional corner room with walls of windows, two laundry areas and finished wine cellar. Party poolside under mature palm trees, the grassy lawn or on the multiple patios around the property with fountains and gardens throughout. A truly exceptional residence.

I can recall when growing up in Glendale that all we had were historic beautiful homes. Then new construction began and the beautiful hillside became dotted with new tracts of homes. Different styles, different tastes… progress I suppose.  Contact Phyllis for more information regarding Glendale and its historic neighborhoods.

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8 months ago

I never realized until I started reading your blog just how many historical homes were in Glendale. I knew Pasadena did just never thought of Glendale that way. What a lovely community it appears to be. Thank you for bringing it to light.

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