714 Prospect Boulevard, in Pasadena's Prospect Park National Register District, was designed by architect Louis Millar between 1909 & 1911 as the home for J.C. Brainard, one of Prospect Park's 3 original developers. With striking curb appeal and an ideal location in the heart of the picturesque neighborhood, this transitional craftsman home comes to market for the first time in 65 years. It is set amongst architectural gems by Frank Lloyd Wright, Greene and Greene, Wallace Neff, the Heinemans and more. With 5 bedrooms and 31/2 baths in 3,137 interior square feet (taped) on a deep, flat lot measuring 11,755 square feet (assessor), ownership of this home is a rare opportunity in a prized location. A spacious foyer separates the dining and living rooms, both with box beam ceilings and quarter sawn oak floors. A studio/garden room with bonus storage opens to the patio and backyard. An updated, whimsical retro kitchen and authentic butler's pantry is at the rear of the home and is immediately adjacent to a guest quarters with a 3/4 bath. The center stairway leads to the upper landing, from which 4 bedrooms radiate (one tandem), including the primary suite. Original maple flooring runs throughout the upper floor, and beautiful double-hung windows and French doors offer plentiful natural light. The detached garage can readily provide interior parking for 2 vehicles, with some access modifications. This special offering is close to the Rose Bowl, Old Town Pasadena, and the best of West Pasadena.