Early Greene & Greene predates Craftsman designs. A year after opening their Pasadena office in 1894, architects Charles and Henry Greene designed their fifth home, a Colonial Revival. They would not discover Arts & Crafts for six years. Today, set on a 32,721s.f. urban farm and restored in a 27-year labor of love that won the 2009 City of Pasadena Historic Preservation Award, the house is a charming time capsule with a modern heart. Original fir floors, window glass, interior hardware and gas/wood fireplace are enhanced by central AC/heat, copper plumbing, updated electrical, French drains and foundation bolting. The period jewel was once owned by Rose Parade 'First Lady' Isabella S. Coleman, for whom a float award is named. The Greenes' design moves from a wraparound front porch to an entry parlor and high-ceilinged formal living and dining rooms. A bedroom with full bathroom is nearby. Upstairs are two more bedrooms, an adjacent nursery or office space, and a utility closet. There are a 1,334 square foot basement and a newer double-loft barn with full insulation, heat and air, and new cable-ready electrical. The Pasadena Architectural and Historic Inventory called it 'a fine example of the very early work of two of America's most important architects.' Listed by Max Pellegrini, Dilbeck Real Estate.