A Southern Californian Midcentury With Japanese Influences Asks $3.13M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo

Floor-to-ceiling windows allow light and garden views to saturate this post-and-beam midcentury in Pasadena, California.

Designed in 1960 by architect Hideo Matsunaga, this midcentury post-and-beam is set behind a gated stone wall and overlooks private, garden grounds. The home incorporates Japanese design elements throughout, with walls of glass providing gorgeous views of the surrounding greenery. Now, this stunning property is on the market for $3,125,000.

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