The Batchelder House
is a historic home
built in 1910 and located at 626 South Arroyo Boulevard in Pasadena
. An important center of Pasadena cultural life in its day, the home was designed and built by Ernest A. Batchelder
, a prominent leader of the Arts and Crafts Movement
, and his wife, Alice Coleman, an accomplished musician. Batchelder's first craft shop was located in the structure, where decorative tiles were made for Greene and Greene
, the Heineman Brothers, and other noted local architects of the era.