Monterey Colonial by Roland Coate sits in the original Busch Gardens

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By Neal J. Leitereg

This Monterey Colonial, designed by Roland E. Coate, is rooted in Pasadena tradition.

The stately two-story sits on what was once part of Busch Gardens, a park built more than a century ago by brewing magnate Adolphus Busch. Fittingly, a feature of the 1950s home is a balcony embellished in lacy woodwork that provides a vantage point for taking in the leafy grounds.

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The details

Location: 571 Busch Place, Pasadena, 91105

Asking price: $2.55 million

Year built: 1951

House size: 2,705 square feet, three bedrooms, 3.25 bathrooms

Lot size: 0.4 acres

Features: Inner courtyard with fountain; formal living room with built-ins and wet bar; sunroom; eat-in kitchen with center island; den/office; terraced gardens; outdoor dining area; mature landscaping

About the area: In October, the median price for single-family homes in the 91105 ZIP code was $1.18 million based on 14 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 2.6% decrease in price year over year.

Agents: Cynthia Luczyski and Lauren Luczyski, (626) 793-0313, Deasy/Penner & Partners

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