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Strong Moorish overtones mark this Pasadena residence dating from the late Twenties.  The tall, blocky form of the entrance pavilion, with its twin medallions and round arch carried on columns in antis, provide a cool formality, while a cast-stone balustrade creates a semiprivate patio linking the principle rooms to the front garden.  Canvas awnings, used consistently and keyed to the color of the roof tile, reinforce a sense of quiet repose.