This beautiful French Chateau is located at 567 Meadow Grove Street in the prestigious Meadow Grove area in La Canada Flintridge, CA. Built in 1962, the home has been completely renovated. It boasts 8,005 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, double wrought-iron glass front doors, sweeping staircase, beautiful alabaster chandeliers and bas-relief marble wall panels, 4 hand carved stone fireplaces inside and two outdoor fireplaces, limestone and walnut flooring through out, formal living and dining rooms, home office, gourmet kitchen with top of the line appliances, hand painted dome cupola, patio, swimming pool with water features and more. It is listed at $10,700,000.

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  • brandt

    WOW! Definitely added this one to my list of favorite homes!




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  • Daniel

    Well, for 1962 it really isn’t that bad. Reminds me of Palm Beach homes built in that same period. It’s certainly French inspired, and I commend the owners for using that theme throughout the entire house. With that said, it is way too frilly for me. BUT, overall, for someone who likes the style, this home is probably a good fit. And believe it or not I actually like the pumpkin-colored bedroom with those tall ceilings. The rest needs to be toned town a bit.

    The house seems overpriced by about $3-$5 million. Other homes in the area don’t look very impressive and this home is 150 feet from the Foothill Highway. I hope the bedrooms are soundproofed.




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  • Grrrowler

    I admire the adherence to the theme, but it’s too over the top for me. It’s all just too foofy for me.




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  • Chance

    The whole chandelier in the bedrooms thing always gets to me, I guess I’m a ceiling fan kind of guy 😀




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    • Oliver

      haha i hear that.




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  • NOVA Ben

    567 Meadow Grove Street enters the marketplace:

    “Hi everyone, it’s me, 567 Meadow Grove! This is so exciting! I know I haven’t been on the market in a long time, and some of you probably don’t even know me at all, but here I am! 1962 really wasn’t all that long ago, and just because I’ve been off the market doesn’t mean I don’t know what’s hip and cool in the real estate market! Sure, I’ve had some work done a few times in my history, but that doesn’t make me fake! It means I know how to stay relevant! Take a look! Look at these moldings! No? What about the statues, just inside my front door? Those are impressive right? Check out the gold leaf on my ceiling detail! Wait, wait! Look at these chandeliers! That’s what people like to see, isn’t it??! Look! Look at me!! Wait up guys, where are you going?! Did I say something wrong??? Weren’t you impressed??…”




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    • organbrett

      Thanks for the laugh – I really needed one today. 🙂




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      • NOVA Ben

        my pleasure 🙂




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  • robert

    I like it. You can tell it has been done to a high standard. Quality stonework and woodwork throughout. Beautiful stairway and I like the woodwork in the library. This is not really my style but if I was a woman of a certain age with a poodle and a facelift this would be the place to live.




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    • organbrett

      “if I was a woman of a certain age with a poodle and a facelift this would be the place to live”

      Can I quote you with this line? I LOVE IT!!! ha-ha-ha!




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  • Oliver

    Its nice enough and true to its design influences but too over the top for me.




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  • HouseCritiquer

    The house was NOT built in 1962…the original house there was, but this is a total rebuild from the last decade.




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  • Chris

    I love it. Not a major fan of the interior, but it works very well.




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