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PRESENTING 280 SOUTH ORANGE GROVE BOULEVARD, PASADENA
THE BELLA N. SCOFIELD HOUSE
Situated on South Orange Grove Boulevard, once known as Millionaire’s Row with some forty millionaires residing there in the day, this home is one of five adjacent residences that constitute the largest grouping of original South Orange Grove homes still in existence.

Architect Frederick Roehrig, a graduate of Cornell, studied architecture in England and France, and was commissioned by many wealthy Pasadenans to design their private mansions. Roehrig is best known for designing The Castle Green in Pasadena. Bella N. Scofield hired Roehrig to build her a Prairie style home (considered to be very Avant Garde at the time). August C. Brandt was hired as the contractor. Brandt was a respected Pasadena builder during that period. This home is full of detail sure to please the eye and taste of many.

Located on the Rose Bowl Parade route, one is within close proximity to the Tournament of Roses house, the Arroyo, Old Town shopping and restaurants, as well as the Norton Simon Museum. These are just a few of the many attractions Pasadena has to offer. Close freeway access is also a plus.
280 South Orange Grove Blvd., Pasadena, California 91105