225 N Lima Street, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
10 Bedrooms – 11 Bathrooms – 10,000 Interior Sqft – 20,522 Sqft Lot – Built in 1888
Offered at $2,900,000
The Grande Dame of Sierra Madre was designed by renowned Victorian architects, Samuel and Joseph Cather Newsom, and built by Dr. Elbert Pinney as a 24 room carriage trade hotel. Over the years she has accommodated a variety of uses and notable guests, including Robert Todd Lincoln (son of Abraham Lincoln) and Luther Burbank. She has worked as a sanatorium for Hollywood celebrities and has starred in many films; she has been a boarding house, an apartment house and currently, a multi generational family home. The present owners have given her a loving face-lift and are ready to turn over the ownership of this wonderful Lady to someone new. Stewardship of this property affords one the opportunity to be a part of her history and to write the next chapter in the life of this Sierra Madre treasure. Bed & Breakfast?? Multi-family residences?? Private trophy home?? Her future can be your dream to fulfill. Listed with Podley Properties.