Homes for Sale in the San Gabriel Valley Under $1M

The San Gabriel Valley is a sprawling region covering 31 cities and 5 unincorporated neighborhoods. With a diversity of communities, the SGV is attractive for buyers of all types whether they are looking for a Traditional style home in a good school district or a luxury condo in hip Old Town, the San Gabriel Valley has it all and more!

Photography by Nick Li | Represented by Diane Hatfield

La Cañada Flintridge | Corner Lot Traditional

4602 Grand Avenue | $998,000

Nicely situated a short distance to one of La Cañada’s award-winning schools, this home features three bedrooms and two bathrooms and is move-in ready. A simple, yet spacious floor plan orients you towards the grassy lawn and sprawling patio. A bonus room off the garage offers the opportunity for a home office, home gym, or just a private retreat.

Photography by Shawn Bishop | Represented by Jimmy Wilson

Pasadena | Arlington Green Townhome

299 Arlington Drive | $857,500

Designed by architect Bob Ray Offenhauser, this townhome is small scale in comparison to the architect’s grand and luxurious mega-mansions such as Palazzo di Amore. Scale does not mean a lack of luxury, Arlington Green townhomes exudes quiet elegance and were inspired by French, Mediterranean villages. This rare unit does not disappoint.

Photography by Nick Li | Represented by Suzanne Paine & Maggie Malone

Pasadena | De Lacey at Green Complex

111 South De Lacey Avenue, #306 | $899,000

Located in the heart of Old Town Pasadena and recently updated, this condo has a modern kitchen, fireplace, and balcony with tree-top views. Featuring two bedrooms and two bathrooms, this unit is central to shopping and dining in historic Old Town.

Photography by Shawn Bishop | Represented by Andrea Beal

Pasadena | Garden-Style Condo

1000 South Orange Grove Boulevard, #17 | $860,000

This garden-style condominium is light-filled and expansive with an oversized patio. Influential Mid-Century architect, Carl Maston designed this complex around a classic kidney-shaped pool with emphasis on landscape design. Extremely well-maintained and centrally located to the charming Mediterranean-inspired, Arlington Garden.

Photography by Nick Li | Represented by Suzanne Paine & Maggie Malone

La Crescenta | Upper Briggs Terrace

2306 Manzanita Lane | $925,000

This La Crescenta corner lot charmer has it all, a landscaped front yard welcomes you and the equally lovely courtyard and backyard provide privacy from neighbors and space to entertain. Mature fruit trees and a hot tub complete this hideaway.

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