Home Of The Week
2285 S Oak Knoll Avenue
Long revered for its sprawling properties, picturesque surroundings, and notable residents, San Marino lies between Pasadena and San Gabriel, nestled in the San Rafael hills. Named the 48th most expensive area to live in the U.S. by Forbes magazine (2014) and the 3rd most expensive area to live in Los Angeles County (2014), the scenic city is well known for the enchanting Huntington Library and gardens, historic Edwin Hubble House, and vast 30-acre Lacy Park. Characterized for its lavish residences—one of which is the meticulously-crafted and newly-built 2285 S Oak Knoll Avenue—San Marino remains one of the most exclusive enclaves of Los Angeles County.
Upon arrival to 2285 S Oak Knoll Avenue, guests are welcomed by a circular driveway bordered by impeccable landscaping and soaring cypress trees. Once inside the Tuscan-style masterpiece topped with Spanish-tile roof, a thoughtfully appointed formal foyer awaits. To the left, find the formal dining room with coffered ceiling, ornate chandelier, and cathedral windows. Residing on the right, an arched picture-window casts light onto the gracious formal living room. Continued exploration of the open floor plan reveals a superb gourmet kitchen with secondary wok kitchen, a decadent paneled library, two master suites, and a finished approximately 1,875-square-foot basement serviced by an elevator and featuring a wine storage room.
Designed with entertaining in mind, the home boasts two outdoor living areas, one of which is fully covered and runs alongside the home for over 50 feet. A custom built infinity pool and spa with water features amazes while the built-in BBQ resides beneath the pergola. Adding to the home’s appeal, a small staircase leads to an expansive grassy area, ideal for hosting large gatherings.
A rare opportunity to own a brand new constructed home in North San Marino, this stately residence raises the standard of excellence with artistically executed details and luxurious living spaces.