Arcadia's Most Expensive Homes: 1414 Carmelita Place

Every week, we feature one of the most expensive homes in Arcadia

At nearly $4.09 million, the house at 1414 Carmelita Place in Arcadia retails for about $625 per square foot and sits on a roughly half-acre property. It was designed by Robert Tong and decorated by JF Interiors.

Inside, the 6,536 square-foot Prairie-style house, built in 2012, boasts five bedrooms, six bathrooms and several fire places. However, the real highlights of the home include: A wok kitchen, generous use of marble and quartz stone, hand-hewn, quarter sawn oak flooring, vintage light fixtures and custom-made alder cabinets.

Additional features include a theater, elevator, gorgeous saltwater pool and spa, and incredible landscaping.

See the home at an Open House on Saturday, Nov. 17 from 1 p.m.-6 p.m.

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The property is brokered by Gary Lorenzini and has been on the market for 70 days. For more information, see the listing on AOL Real Estate.

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