A Newly Constructed California Modern Home Located on Round Top Drive, Los Angeles

This newly constructed California Modern home offers high-end construction and quality materials and is nicely situated on a lot with 270-degree views. Upon entering the home, you will immediately notice the open floorplan. You are greeted with the formal living room with large black framed windows, built-in bookshelves and a bioethanol fireplace. The floorplan flows nicely into the dining, family room and kitchen. Large windows and sliding glass doors enhance the stunning views and bring in an abundance of natural light.

Custom window and patio door shades. The kitchen has a sleek look with New European cabinetry, a Quartz waterfall island and single slab backsplash for a seamless effect. The kitchen is equipped with top grade appliances from GE Monogram including a six-burner cooktop, chimney style hood, double wall ovens, 36” refrigerator and built-in microwave drawer. A walk-in pantry offers an abundance of storage. Continuing on the first floor there is the home office or what can also be a main floor bedroom with on-suite three quarter bath and large sized closet. This room has a private patio area that is accessed through La Cantina French doors.

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David Wallace’s Polished Mansion From “The Office” Spurs a $6M Bidding War

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Calling all fans of The Office: The opulent estate that appeared on NBC’s beloved series as the residence of David Wallace, played by actor Andy Buckley, is now up for grabs. Due to its immense popularity, however, the distinguished six-bedroom, six-bathroom home in Pasadena, California, will cost the lucky buyer much more than its original $5,995,000 price.

The 6,301-square-foot property—designed in 1925 by architect Lucille W. Luckhardt—spans almost an entire acre on Pasadena’s quiet, residential Lomita Drive. The expansive estate includes a two-floor main residence and a guesthouse, as well as numerous outdoor gathering areas, a pool and spa, and a three-car executive garage. The distinguished home is now in escrow with multiple offers above its original asking price, listing broker George Penner recently told the New York Post.

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Sam Maloof contributed woodwork to this $5 million Pasadena neo-Craftsman

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A neo-Craftsman-style house that master woodworker Sam Maloof contributed beam work, fireplace mantels and window casings has hit the market in Pasadena.

The asking price is $4.995 million.

Dubbed the “Landmark House,” it was designed by Arts and Crafts revivalist Lee Hershberger for noted engineering firm owner Joseph J. Jacobs to fit in with the surrounding Craftsman architecture. The house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and 5,534 square feet of living space with walls of glass, 18-foot cathedral ceilings and teak parquet flooring.

Other features include a tiled fireplace, walk-up wet bar and built-ins — think a dining room’s marble-top buffet, window seats and a wall of bookcases in the library, and cedar closets in the bedrooms.


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A Stunning Abraham Denman Estate / Lucille W. Luckhardt Home Located on Peaceful Lomita Drive in Pasadena

The Abraham Denman Estate / Lucille W. Luckhardt, architect. As the maiden property on peaceful Lomita Drive, this family estate prominently rises above the street, encompassing over 3/4 acre of nearly flat landscaped grounds and 6,301 sf of living space – featuring the main residence, guest house, expansive lawns, pool/spa, terraces, and outdoor sojourns, as well as a three-car executive garage. Grand public areas commence with a majestic foyer, flanked by formal living and dining rooms, each with french doors that flow out to brick pavers and lawns.

Chef’s kitchen with adjoining great lounging room – all leading to the outdoors – provide abundant space for more casual entertaining. Private first-floor bedroom and bath provide for separate guest accommodations. Butler’s pantry and bar, separate breakfast room, paneled library with fireplace, powder and laundry room. Exquisite finishes such as de Gournay Chinoiserie papering, custom cabinetry, and millwork throughout.

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