Situated on a quiet street in picturesque Pasadena and lovingly restored over the years rests this distinguished Art Nouveau style home. Built in 1917 by architect George A. Clark for the staff artist at the Star News, Frank E. Brown. Frank Brown specified the layout of his house and named it ''Birdseye View Studio''. He also created art work for many Tournament of Roses souvenir booklets. As you enter the home, the inviting living room has an abundance of natural light from the many windows and a cozy wood burning fireplace. The formal dining room has glass pocket doors, built-in buffet and built in cabinets. The home features a master bedroom en-suite with private entrance, two additional bedrooms and bath. The grounds are drought tolerant and offer mature fruit trees and succulent gardens. The detached garage with original barn doors has its own electrical, plumbing and a small bath. This home truly is an artist's retreat.
Sold $963,000
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Garage, 1 Spaces
  • 1672 Sqft
  • 12922 Lot
Michele Giffin
Michele Giffin
Mobile (626) 893-1682
CalDRE 01328606

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1377 Palm Terrace is a residential property located in Pasadena, CA. This property sits on a 12922 sqft lot, is 1672 sqft, with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths.