This manor in northwest focal Pasadena has been called one of the 10 most structurally huge homes in America. The 1908 magnum opus of California expressions and-specialties engineering was worked by Charles and Henry Greene for Procter and Gamble beneficiary David Gamble. Joining 17 kinds of wood, workmanship glass, and curbed light, the whole home is a show-stopper, with its establishment, furniture, and installations all assembled by a typical plan and topic enlivened by its Southern California environs and Japanese and Chinese design.
Note the resting yards, glowing recolored glass, and unobtrusive appearances of the Gamble family’s rose and crane peak.
Other Greene and Greene homes, including Charles Greene’s previous private living arrangement, line close by Arroyo Tce and Grand Ave. Get an independently directed strolling visit handout at the Gamble House book shop ($1.50; 10 am to 3 pm Tuesday, 10 am to 5 pm Thursday to Sunday).