Nestled in the foothills of the picturesque San Gabriel Mountains, Glendora is located about 27 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. From stately Queen Anne homes and cozy turn-of-the-century bungalows to prestigious hillside estates and modern mansions on oak- and palm-lined streets, the family-friendly city—beloved for its consistently high-ranking school district—has a small town feel. Its charming downtown Village is home to dozens of restaurants and shops such as Crust & Crumble Bakery (locals refer to it as “the candy store”) and the interior design boutique, Lorisa Gardens. Don’t miss Rubel Castle, considered the first major recycling project in the U.S., built out of concrete and repurposed materials such as bottles and bedsprings (Prince Phillip and Henry Kissinger are past visitors).
deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Daniel Caines as a new agent to our Glendora family. Born and raised in the San Gabriel Valley, Daniel Caines knows the neighborhoods from Pasadena to San Bernardino as well as any real estate agent can. He spent several years as a licensed real estate sppraiser before becoming a licensed... Keep reading →
deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Elizabeth Shafer as a new agent to our Glendora family. Elizabeth Shafer has been a real estate agent for the last 6 years, previously serving the Coachella Valley before moving to the San Gabriel Valley. She finds an immense amount of joy in connecting with her clients. Whether it’s helping... Keep reading →
deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Nathan Murrell as a new agent to our Glendora family. Nathan started at deasypennerpodley in the middle of a 10+ year career as a visual artist and small business owner. Since attaining his MFA in 2006, Nathan has been designing, making, and selling his artwork and pottery in prestigious art shows across... Keep reading →
deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Kealy Alkana as a new agent to our Glendora family. A life-long resident of Glendora, Kealy Alkana was fortunate to grow up in a late-nineteenth century transitional Victorian. Her family’s large home was once the grove house for one of Glendora’s early citrus growers who operated their groves on and... Keep reading →
By Jenny Xie Built in 1963 by architect John Andre Gougeon, this two-bedroom, three-bath property in Glendora, California, embodies the trajectory of postwar architecture in the East San Gabriel Valley. Gougeon, known for designing the curved, concrete Pasadena Presbyterian Church, studied under Conrad Buff, Cal Straub, and Donald Hensmen at the University of Southern California,... Keep reading →