A Beautiful 1924 Spanish View Home Located on Alta Vista Avenue, South Pasadena

1920s era Spanish home in the tree-studded hills of South Pasadena highlights its Mediterranean Villa roots via a landscaped courtyard, fountain and tile roof. Roomy double balconies and garden areas offer panoramic vistas over South Pasadena to the Colorado Street bridge, Pasadena and the San Gabriel mountains.

The two-story home is connected by an elegant wide staircase. Each floor features two bedrooms and a bath with large open-plan living and dining rooms anchored by flex spaces featuring beautiful fireplaces – one a stunning Batchelder-style. Refinished hardwood floors, arched doorways, tall ceilings, French doors, terra-cotta tile flooring, subway tile and vintage stove are just some of the period details that make for timeless style and beautiful living.

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