Last month the most expensive home sold in Glendale was 625 Cumberland Rd. Initially listed for $5,300,000 and sold for the asking price in twenty-six days. This epic home has been the residence of many famous people, including a senator, mayor and athlete.
MLS remarks read for 625 Cumberland Rd., Glendale: Arguably the most stately home in Glendale, located in the prestigious neighborhood of Cumberland Heights rises majestically above the street to a grand entrance to the main residence. This 1923 Italian Renaissance-inspired home, designed by notable architect Alfred F. Priest, has remarkable detail and craftsmanship throughout the property with custom features of luxury and taste. The estate sits on nearly an acre and a half of manicured land overlooking the city; the home is just under 5000 square feet with five bedrooms and six bathrooms.
The grounds include an expansive updated pool, guest quarters, multiple patio areas for entertaining, and a bocce ball court. The current owners spanning 40 years have loved and maintained this beauty and are ready to give this grand house its next story and journey. Past residents include a California Senator, Glendale Mayor, and allegedly an iconic baseball legend. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to live in this spectacular home and experience luxury at its finest.