Here’s what $700K buys around LA

By Elijah Chiland Here’s a Spanish-style home sitting on a grassy 5,993-square-foot lot in easygoing Altadena. The house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, spread across 1,391 square feet of floor space. Inside are wood floors, French doors, and a wood-burning fireplace in the living room. Behind the house is a large back deck and… Keep reading

Vintage SoCal: Altadena mansion built by Andrew McNally charts a course to the late 1800s

By Lauren Beale Andrew McNally, co-founder of the atlas publishing company Rand McNally, put this Altadena mansion on the map. Built in 1888, the distinctive house is in the Queen Anne-style but more horizontal and less fussy than the vertical Victorians of the time. McNally often used the house, with its three-story rotunda, to entertain… Keep reading

$2.5 Million Homes in New York, California and Georgia

By Julie Lasky WHAT A 1930s Tudor-style home with four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms HOW MUCH $2.539 million SIZE 3,492 square feet PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $727 SETTING The home is in a historic area once occupied by large estates and still known for its spacious, tree-filled properties. The Altadena Town and Country Club is across… Keep reading

McNally Mansion in Altadena Is Postcard-Worthy History Worth Preserving

By Lisa Johnson Mandell The iconic, three-story Andrew McNally mansion in Altadena, CA, is now on the market for $3.79 million. A lucky buyer can live in the residence once known the world over as a recruiting tool for the Southern California lifestyle. Born in 1838, McNally originally hailed from Northern Ireland and partnered with William Rand in the map business in Chicago in the 1860s,… Keep reading

Altadena’s incredible McNally estate seeks $3.79M

By Bianca Barragan This incredible landmark estate sits on what was once referred to as Altadena’s Millionaire’s Row. Built in the Queen Anne style in 1888, the grand residence was commissioned by Andrew McNally, a founder and vice-president of the Rand-McNally Map Company of Chicago. Designed by Frederick Roehrig, the architect of Pasadena’s Castle Green,… Keep reading

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