Sleek mid-century Pasadena home by John F. Galbraith lists for $2.19m

By Claire Carponen

Glass walls and a low horizontal roofline make this Los Angeles County midcentury modern home appear both solid and weightless.

The hillside California property was designed by local architect John F Galbraith in 1965 and has changed little since then. It lies in the North Kinneloa Ranch neighborhood above Pasadena.

A low-rise rectangular volume topped with a flat, overhanging roof creates the form of this three-bedroom home – for sale for $2.189 million with Deasy Penner Podley. It is surrounded gardens with the San Gabriel Mountains as its backdrop.

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