Contemporary Pasadena Home with Stairs to 2 Secret Attic Playrooms Lists at $6.5 Million

A Pasadena contemporary home, owned by the husband-wife team behind the food Blossom Market Hall set to open in San Gabriel’s historic Mission District in 2020, has listed for $6.495 million.

Set on nearly half an acre in the affluent Oak Knoll neighborhood, the five-bedroom home built in 2009 at 561 Woodland Road offers 5,810 square feet of living space, with cathedral ceilings in most rooms, glass walls and an open floor plan.

There’s a fireplace in the living room. On the other side of the wall is a dining area and gourmet kitchen, with its 17-foot marble waterfall island and Viking appliances.

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