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Wallace Neff-Designed Mediterranean Pad Wants $3.8M

Designed by L.A. architectural poobah Wallace Neff in 1924, this luscious Mediterranean estate in Los Angeles, Calif. is newly on the market for $3.8M. Besides its three bedroom, 4,438-square-foot main house—which offers all the beamed ceilings, tile floors, arched doorways, and pretty French windows a Neff fan could ever hope for—the half acre plot of land also makes room for a one-bedroom guest house and a two bedroom garage that's currently being used as an art studio. According to the brokerbabble, most original details remain, with just a few rooms that have been "sensitively updated with modern amenities and finishes." Outside the grounds boast some "award winning gardens" as well as a pool, patio and barbecue setup that looks summer soirée ready. Have a look, below:

· 470 Prospect Ter, Pasadena, CA [Redfin]
· Gorgeous 1920s Mediterranean by Wallace Neff in Pas's Prospect Park Asking $3.8 Million [Curbed LA]
· All Wallace Neff coverage [Curbed National]