Known as the “Gem City of the Foothills,” Monrovia is set against the San Gabriel Mountains in the San Gabriel Valley. Incorporated in 1887, Monrovia is the fourth oldest city in Los Angeles County and has two historical preservation groups to boot. The Monrovia Historical Society restores old commercial buildings and landmarks, while the Monrovia Historic Preservation Group restores and preserves pre-1930s homes of architectural significance. You’ll find high-tech businesses, a thriving Old Town dining, shopping, and entertainment district, and homes ranging from Queen Annes to Neo-Mediterraneans (Upton Sinclair’s former house and The Oaks are local icons). A weekly farmer’s market and community events such as Friday Night Family Street Fair and summertime concerts in the park show are beloved around town.
No matter your budget or style, the San Gabriel Valley offers something for every single lifestyle and life goal. Whether you are looking for a turnkey bungalow to immediately call home or if a home that needs a little TLC and DIY is more your speed, we have something for you.
Another weekend stuck at home? No problem, we’ve got you covered. Take a virtual tour of the city – from charming Sierra Madre to bohemian Laurel Canyon. These stylish homes possess major vintage appeal with their unique original details. Sierra Madre | Renovated Craftsman Bungalow 625 East Grandview Avenue | $777,000 This updated Craftsman-style bungalow... Keep reading →
Make sure to stop by our new location at 625 S. Myrtle Avenue and enjoy snacks, drinks and plenty of Holiday Cheer! When: December 5th, 2019 Parade: 7:00 p.m in Old Town Monrovia Special Performance by Centre Stage at 6:00 p.m. The parade will be on Myrtle Avenue, from Chestnut Avenue to Palm Avenue
deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Rena Delgado as a new agent to our Monrovia family. Rena Delgado has a wealth of real estate experience that spans 3 decades of providing customers with caring, professional and reliable results. Knowing her expertise helps families grow solid community roots and build long term wealth is why she is... Keep reading →
Hosted by the Monrovia Historic Preservation Group, the 37th Historic Homes Tour offers the public a chance to experience a number of Monrovia’s architectural treasures. Featured on the tour will be six of Monrovia’s “First Houses;” meaning homes built before the end of 1887. The Monrovia Historical Museum and the Anderson House Museum will also... Keep reading →