2934 El Caminito Ave., La Crescenta absolutely charming home. Located high above Foothill with beautiful mountain views from the private master suite porch as well as the family room. The home lends itself to a flair of formality and comfortable elegance. The main hall is flanked by a formal living room and formal dining.
At the rear of the home is an oversized family room with fireplace that open to a cooks size kitchen. A nice size study area is located off the kitchen perfect area for an at home office, homework area or a place to keep yourself organized. Upstairs are 4 large bedrooms including the master suite. The master is located across the rear upstairs area and the others are close by. The front bedroom is oversized and has a window seat and built-ins.
Lots of wonderful space to call home. Please message Robbyn Battles today for your private showing.
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Learn more about La Crescenta and the community surrounding 2934 El Caminito Ave, La Crescenta CA 91214, Listed by Robbyn Battles, Bbattles Real Estate- JohnHart “Real Estate Redefined”
La Crescenta is known for its Blue Ribbon Schools:
Schools in La Crescenta-Montrose are a part of the Glendale Unified School District.
La Crescenta Elementary School – California Distinguished School 2008
Dunsmore Elementary School – California Distinguished School 2008
John C. Fremont Elementary School (Glendale) – California Distinguished School 2006
Abraham Lincoln Elementary School
Monte Vista Elementary School – Blue Ribbon School 2005
Mountain Avenue Elementary School – Blue Ribbon School 2005
Valley View Elementary School- Blue Ribbon School 2005
Rosemont Middle School- California Distinguished School
Crescenta Valley High School – California Distinguished School 2005, Blue Ribbon School 2000
Clark Magnet – California Distinguished School 2005 Blue Ribbon School 2007
Verdugo Academy (K-12)
Village Christian School (K-12)
Options For Youth Public Charter Schools (7-12)
Armenian Sisters Academy (K-8)
Chamlian Armenian School (1-8)
Holy Redeemer Catholic School (5-8)
St. James the Less Catholic School (K-4)
Crescenta Valley Adventist School (K-8)
Montrose Christian Montessori School (Pre-6)
Points of interest in La Crescenta
St. Luke’s of the Mountains Episcopal Church was designed and built by the famous artist Seymour Thomas in 1924. Constructed of natural stone from the valley, it is reminiscent of a woodlands church in northern Europe. It is considered to be the architectural centerpiece of the valley. St. Luke’s is located at 2563 Foothill Blvd.
Le Mesnager Barn is a stone barn perched high above the valley, built in 1911 by George Le Mesnager, a French patriot, to store and process grapes from his vineyards in the Sparr Heights area. These grapes supplied his “Old Hermatage Vinyards” winery in downtown Los Angeles. There is still a Mesnager Street in the downtown area where the winery had been located. It is owned by the City of Glendale, which plans to restore it as an educational nature/history center. Le Mesnager Barn is located in Deukmejian Wilderness Park at the top of Dunsmore Ave.
La Crescenta is home to one of two American ashrams founded by Indian mystic and poet Swami Paramananda. The Ananda Ashrama is located at the top of Pennsylvania Avenue near Deukmejian Wilderness Park.
The La Crescenta Woman’s Club began in 1911, incorporated in 1923, and built its beautiful clubhouse in 1925. The structure has been the social center of the valley for most of the last century, and is the home for the organization’s many charitable and social events. The La Crescenta Woman’s Club is located at 4004 La Crescenta Avenue.
Sparr Heights Community Center was originally built in 1930 as the real estate office for the Sparr Heights residential tract, then named Oakmont Park. It was later donated to the residents of the area, and has been a community hall and senior center since then. Sparr Heights Community Center is located at 1613 Glencoe Avenue.
La Crescenta Elementary School was built in 1887 at the corner of Foothill and Dyer, but soon moved to a new location at La Crescenta and Prospect. A wooden schoolhouse was built on this site in 1890. A larger school building replaced it in 1914, and the present structure was erected in 1948.
The Old School Bell: La Crescenta’s school bell first rang students to school from across the valley in 1890. It was placed in storage from 1948 until 1976, when it was re-hung and dedicated with a plaque listing the names of the kids in the first class at La Crescenta Elementary. The bell is now rung once a year in June by the graduating students. The Bell is located in front of La Crescenta Elementary School.
La Crescenta Presbyterian Church is a striking church building constructed in 1923. This is one of the oldest congregations in the valley, first meeting in the 1880s. In the congregation’s early years they shared facilities with the elementary school, as did the Episcopals that later built St. Luke’s. La Crescenta Presbyterian Church is located at 2902 Montrose Avenue.