Monrovia Historic Landmark #1 is known as the Isaac Colborn House. The designation along with a Mills Act Contract was approved by the City of Monrovia in 1996 and is the first of what are now 129 Landmarks in Monrovia.
Originally built in 1914 with plans drawn by the famed architect, Frank O. Eager and is a prime example of Craftsman / Mediterranean Architecture. The quality of the restoration is equivalent to what you might see in a museum in most of the living area.
Boasting 4 bedrooms, maids quarters, a spacious upstairs Library, a Butler's Pantry, a very large basement that includes its own full bath and wine cellar.
The Living Room includes a warm and inviting Fireplace with an Inglenook. The Formal Dining Room includes a spacious built in China Cabinet. The Quarter Sawn Oak wood is stunning and will delight owners and guests alike.