1245 Oak Grove Avenue

San Marino, CA
$7,380,000
 
6,614 sqft ±
 
4F 1H Baths
 
7 Beds
 
7 Beds
 
4F 1H Baths
 
6,614 sqft ±
 
$7,380,000
 

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Welcome to Oak Trail, the name given to this 1916 English Revival estate. Designed by noted architect Reginald Johnson, Oak Trail was given its name in honor of the 16 magnificent Oak trees that graced the property and led the way to Lacy Lake, now Lacy Park. Situated on nearly one acre of flat grounds, Oak Trail is in the heart of the estate area of San Marino. The home features well preserved architectural details including paneled walls, finely detailed staircase, high ceilings, mahogany doors, oak floors, leaded glass windows, and an artisan-crafted brick chimney. The home features 6,614 sq. ft. of living space, over 1,700 sq.ft. full height attic, and over 1,400 sq.ft basement. An impressive main entry hall leads to the elegant formal living room, library, and dining room. The exquisite fireplace is the centerpiece of the living room. An adjoining screened garden room is the perfect transition to the tree shaded patios. The light-filled library features a leaded glass bay window and fireplace. Upstairs are 7 beds and 4 baths. The master suite is a delightful retreat, including a sitting room and dressing area. 4 generous sized bedrooms round out the family wing. Adjacent to the back staircase are 3 separate rooms perfect for home offices, nanny, or guests. This space encompasses 2 bedrooms, sitting room, and a bathroom. Additional features include a spacious butler's pantry, laundry room, mud room, powder bath, rose garden, brick patios, and a large grass lawn.

7 bd

4.5 ba

6,614± s.f.

40,555± s.f. lot

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About The Agents

David Davidson

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626.241.8864

Working hand-in-hand with esteemed Realtor Michael Dilsaver, David protects his clients' interests during the crucial negotiating and closing process and demonstrates command of the market. Not only is David a trusted advocate within Compass but he possesses a thirst for knowledge that can not be satiated.

A South Pasadena native, David was first drawn to real estate in the comfort of his childhood home, the short sale/foreclosure infomercials that appeared on television captivating his interest as much as the cartoons that followed. Years later he would attend Florida State University and serve as the Business Development Director of the Tallahassee Hospitality Group. In this role, David managed the development of the existing restaurant, nightclub, alumni club and lounge in addition to being involved in the evolution of a new restaurant. Through this multifaceted position, David honed his skills in project management, event planning, and client/vendor relationships. He gained valuable experience as well as a firm foundation in ethical negotiation and management of complicated projects, which has altogether given him an edge when it comes to seeking out the best terms for his real estate clients.

Poised to turn his collegiate education into action, David purchased his first rental property at the age of 21. Soon after, he bought his first home, fixed it up, and sold it a year later. It was then that David realized the true value of real estate and became more experienced in leveraging opportunities and envisioning where they could take him.

“Whether you think you can, or you think you can't, you're right.” - Henry Ford

For David, learning is something that carries over into every facet of his life. “I’m always finding ways to further my scope of education. I could be researching gardening techniques, diving deeper into my real estate research, or simply broadening my cooking skills—I’ll never stop being a student of life.”

Whether in his own garden, tending to exotic varieties of fruits and vegetables that you won’t find in the store, or hiking up a local mountainside, David is an avid outdoorsman. His favorite way to escape into nature is by driving north to the lower Sierra Nevada range and backpacking into the Inyo National Forest, Golden Trout Wilderness, Sequoia National Forest, or anywhere he can bring his fly rod and catch some native trout.

Sarah Rogers

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626.390.0511

With an M.B.A. degree from USC in Marketing and Finance and 25+ years of real estate experience, Sarah Rogers has a professional real estate background and education to provide her clients with a competitive advantage. Sarah provides a wide range of professional real estate services, advising clients on the purchase and sale, financing and renovation of real estate. Sarah has represented both sellers and buyers across all price points‚ from first time home and condo buyers to buyers and sellers of estate properties. As the Director of the Trust and Probate division of the company, Sarah represents trustees and executors, from individuals to private fiduciaries and institutional fiduciaries, in their trust sales and probate sales. Sarah also represents many seniors in their transition from one home to another, which may include coordinating an estate sale and identifying which retirement community would be the best fit for the client. With her calm demeanor and organized approach, she makes the thought of moving a much easier, smoother process. With all of her sales, Sarah has a team of contractors and vendors ready to help freshen the property to obtain top dollar, whether it be hardwood floor refinishing, painting, landscaping, repairs, etc. As a Pasadena native and local resident, she has a longstanding familiarity with the local area, schools, and the real estate market. Most of her business is repeat and referral business from past clients. Sarah is dedicated to providing the highest level of professional real estate services to her clients. Recognized by REAL Trends + Tom Ferry as one of 2019 America’s Best Real Estate Professionals. This group represents less than 1.5 percent of all Realtors® in the country yet account for over 12 percent of the closed transactions and more than 22 percent of all the sales volume closed last year. "The Thousand", as advertised in The Wall Street Journal, is an annual, national awards ranking sponsored by REAL Trends—the Trusted Source—and Tom Ferry International coaching. Real Estate Experience Since 1994 * #1 Agent, Old Pasadena - 2018 * #1 Agent, Old Pasadena - 2017 * #1 Agent, Old Pasadena - 2016 * #1 Agent, Old Pasadena – 2015 * Platinum Circle Award - Top 1% Company wide – 2016 * Platinum Circle Award - Top 1% Company wide - 2015 * Silver Circle Award - Top 3% Company wide - 2014 * Gold Circle Award - Top 5% Company wide - 2013 * Awarded the distinction of Director Estates Division - 2013 * Top 8 producer at prior brokerage out of 150+ agents. * Represented some of the highest value estate listings in San Marino. * Wide range of experience, including representing investor buyers and sellers, as well as buyers and sellers of single family homes and condominiums across all price points. * Transaction types have included trust sale, probate sale, and distressed assets such bank owned (REO) and short sale. Knowledgeable about local city zoning, building, and planning requirements. * Previously managed one of the largest and highest income-producing commercial real estate portfolios valued a ($200MM) for the nation's largest U.S. industrial Real Estate Investment Trust, ProLogis Trust NYSE: PLD). Outperformed all ProLogis managers nationwide for unparalleled Client Service per client surveys.

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