Homes for Sale in the San Gabriel Valley Under $800K

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Photography by Michelle Costamagna | Represented by Cheyenne Wilbur

No matter your budget or style, the San Gabriel Valley offers something for every single lifestyle and life goal. Whether you are looking for a turnkey bungalow to immediately call home or if a home that needs a little TLC and DIY is more your speed, we have something for you.

Photography by Michelle Costamagna | Represented by Cheyenne Wilbur

Montrose | Renovated 1936 Bungalow | $649,000

Located in the small town Montrose, this cozy bungalow welcomes you with a classic white picket fence and a large porch with views of the Glendale hillsides. Hardwood floors grace the home and a coved ceiling in the living room completes the vintage appeal. Fully renovated by previous owners this home offers updated amenities and the possibility of an ADU expansion. A paved patio area in the backyard is perfect for entertaining and awaits your landscaping vision. Located close by the local shops and restaurants Montrose is known for, this home is ideal for those looking for a small-town vibe in a big city.

Photography by Aerious Plus | Represented by Sherry Carr

Sierra Madre | Renovated Craftsman Bungalow | $815,000

Fresh from a stylish renovation, this Craftsman-style bungalow has it all. The home is light-filled and has a spacious feel due to its flowing floor plan at just over 1,000 square feet. Offering two bedrooms, two baths, and a renovated kitchen; perfect for the home chef. A large private deck completes the home’s entertaining area. Centrally located to all Sierra Madre has to offer and within the coveted borders of Sierra Madre Elementary School.

Photography by Aerious Plus | Represented by Sherry Carr

Monrovia | Craftsman Oaks Home | $728,000

Built in 2006, this Craftsman-Style home is located in the vibrant Craftsman Oaks development of Monrovia. Fully detached and featuring four bedrooms and two and a half baths, this home has amenities as well as privacy. Sliding doors lead from the dining area to the low maintenance backyard. Mountain views grace this property and its location is ideal for those who commute or those who like to stay local to all Monrovia has to offer.

Photography by Aerious Plus | Represented by Adriana Donofrio

Monrovia | 1947 Traditional | $662,000

Behind a security gate at the end of a long driveway, sits this Traditional style home on a slight knoll. Originally built in 1947, this home boasts a remodeled kitchen and updated bathrooms. As an added bonus, the home is zoned RM for multi-family use, offering the possibility to add a second unit or an ADU. Plenty of room to grow in this lovely home, located a short distance to Monrovia Village.

Photography by Global Imaging Services | Represented by Nancy Valentine

Pasadena | East Washington Village Spanish Bungalow | $799,000

Bright and cheery, this Spanish bungalow is filled with charm and character. Lovingly maintained throughout the years, this home has a flexible floor plan and a total of four bedrooms. A picture window graces the front family room, a fireplace lends a classic Spanish ambiance in addition to the original hardwood floors. The kitchen is large and open and features a hand-painted mural and greenhouse window. Completing this charismatic bungalow is a large back deck with grassy area, all located a short distance from all Pasadena hotspots.

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