Supremely sited on one of the most picturesque estate streets in South Pasadena, this Italian Revival manor is the true embodiment of a life well lived. Designed in 1912 by renowned Architects Frohman & Martin for Pasadena investor Ernest May, it has been lovingly cared for and is looking for a reverent owner. Guests enter the leaded glass replete formal entry and are greeted with the warmth of hardwood floors and period wainscoting showcasing the dramatic staircase. Next could be tea in the light and bright living room or alternatively, fireside drinks in the spectacular library with the wood paneled walls adding warmth to the flames. The highlight of most evening will be conversation over dinner in the formal dining room with wood beamed ceiling and batchelder tile decorative fireplace. The home also features a two car garage with ground floor service bathroom and a second floor chauffeur/guest quarters with full bath and kitchen.