This romantic and inspiring 1920's Moorish-accented Spanish Colonial Revival residence located in Pasadenas prestigious Cal Tech neighborhood was designed by master architect Harold J. Bissner, Sr. and featured on a Pasadena Heritage Golden Age tour because of its elegant design and respectful architecture. Known as the E. Lawrence Brown House, this home has been sensitively restored and renovated to modernize its systems and showcase its exquisite original features such as light fixtures, tile, stained glass, hardware and wood paneling. The public rooms include a gracious formal entry enhanced with original tile risers on the staircase, a living room with beamed ceiling, fireplace and French doors leading to the private courtyard, a powder room, a formal dining room (con't).with scalloped ceiling, and a charming office/library with built-in bookshelves, mahogany ceiling, decorative fireplace and three sets of French doors flowing into the private garden courtyard.The remodeled gourmet eat-in kitchen, with design inspired by the original kitchen hood Malibu tiles, features warm colors, a large center island, soapstone counters, custom cabinets, top-of-the-line appliances and a butler's pantry with mahogany counter and hidden copper sink. The large kitchen is a central gathering point for family and friends. Beyond the kitchen, the mudroom hallway connects to an updated laundry room, a guest bedroom and a full bath. There are four generously sized bedrooms upstairs. The large master suite features a dressing area, four closets and balcony overlooking the courtyard. A second bedroom also has its own en-suite bathroom with built-in cabinets, two balconies and a large walk-in closet. The third bedroom, with its own private entrance accessed from a spacious veranda and staircase leading to the courtyard, shares a Jack and Jill bathroom with the fourth bedroom which features a very large walk-in closet and high Listed by Timothy Durkovic, Dilbeck Real Estate.