The Culbertson/Prentiss Residence, 1911 and later

View the Dedicated Listing Site Here Aficionados of the Greene’s masterworks can’t help but be conditioned by the very public grand gestures in the elevations of their most visible work: The Gamble, Blacker, and Duncan-Irwin Houses set up an expectation of immediate visual gratification consciously downplayed at the Culbertson/Prentiss Residence. Here, Classical Asian elements are timelessly woven...

The Bolton/Culbertson House

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Bolton/Culbertson House 1906/1929, by architects Charles and Henry Greene with addition by architect Garrett Van Pelt, is recognized today as one of the classics of the Arts and Crafts movement Pasadena annually celebrates today. In terms of scale and the gracious lifestyle the house affords, it is the predecessor to the Gamble House. A careful...

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