In Altadena, A Lovely Tudor Cottage Transformed by House of Honey, $2.9M

By Philip Ferrato

Where: 1665 Braeburn Road, Altadena
Asking: $2,875,000
What: A lovely, transformed Tudor cottage, built in Altadena’s early ‘20s heyday and reinvented by Tamara Kaye-Honey, the Pasadena-based interior designer whose firm House of Honey, creates unexpected and evocative interiors for both residential and commercial clients. Her own home is no exception, combining an unmatched sense of eclecticism and style, beautifully executed.

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The real showstopper here is the 2nd-floor master suite (created with the help of architect Tom Marble) fitting the spaces to the steep roofline.

The pool is irresistible.

What We Love: Taking classic LA Boho Chic to the next level. Below, the kitchen and family dining area, which open to the back yard.

More: Check out the listing for additional images and details. The home has been extensively published previously, ranging from The Wall Street Journal to Lonny.

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