Home of the Day: A Midcentury amid the trees in Pasadena

By Bonnie McCarthy

One of four “bridge homes” designed by architect J.W. Putnam, this Pasadena residence sits on a hillside above a natural stream.

The 1955 post-and-beam features floor-to-ceiling walls of glass that bring native landscapes and mountain views inside. Sliding doors open to an expansive deck for indoor-outdoor living.

Address: 911 Laguna Road, Pasadena, 91105

Price: $1.449 million

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Built: 1955

Lot size: 21,825 square feet

House size: 2,267 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

Features: Post and beam construction; floor-to-ceiling glass walls; stone fireplace; hardwood flooring; wrap around deck; open concept floor plan; built-in shelving, cabinetry; contemporary light fixtures; vintage tile; 2-car garage

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 91105 ZIP Code in August was $1 million based on seven sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 24.8% decrease in median price compared with the same time last year.

Agents: Michael Darling, Deasy/Penner & Partners

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