With a whopping 125 entries on the National Register of Historic Places located here, Pasadena is one of L.A. County’s most desirable and beloved cities. Notable structures include Greene and Greene’s Gamble House, the Beaux Arts Colorado Street Bridge, Hale Solar Laboratory, Rose Bowl, and Jet Propulsion Laboratory, among others. And there’s no shortage of culture here: the Pasadena Playhouse, Norton Simon Museum of Art, and Pasadena Museum of California Art are all in town. Drive through leafy Bungalow Heaven, a quiet 16-block area, featuring 800 small Craftsman homes built from 1900 to 1930. Then spend time in Old Town, a 21-block historic downtown district, where you’ll find the lively gastropub Union, a Tesla showroom, Everson Royce wine shop, and stylish boutiques such as Joie and Mohawk General Store.
By Elijah Chiland With three bedrooms and 1,742 square feet of living space, this Pasadena condo has the look and feel of a single-family residence—and quite an attractive one at that. The unit is accessed through an extravagant wooden front door and contains tile and hardwood floors, built-in shelving, arched entryways, wrought-iron fixtures, and an elegant tile-bordered... Keep reading →
By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo The plans for this post-and-beam construction were featured in the May 1950 edition of “Arts & Architecture Magazine.” Known as the Robert Smith Residence, 320 San Miguel Road was built by architects Eugene Weston and Douglas Byles in 1951, after the plans for the home were published in the May 1950... Keep reading →
deasypennerpodley is excited to announce Rob Johnsen as a new agent to our Los Robles family. Rob grew up on Bainbridge Island (Seattle), where his passion for real estate began by pounding nails into the floors of his father’s construction sites. After graduating from American University in Washington D.C., Rob began his career as a... Keep reading →
By Pauline O’Connor Stirring up the market in Pasadena this week is a classic post and beam that’s had the same owner since being built in 1959. Located at 300 Anita Drive in the San Rafael Hills, the two-story residence is described as “a nod to Buff and Hensman” in its listing copy, quite justifiably.... Keep reading →
By Philip Ferrato A real estate unicorn, this 1959 Post+Beam has been put on the market by the estate of its original owners in original but beautifully maintained condition. And while no architect has been identified, this house is very much of its time, and in a way that’s rarely seen today. If we had... Keep reading →