Mid-century tree house swings on the market in Pasadena at $749,000

By Jack Flemming

A little more than lumber and nails went into this mid-century tree house.

Perched atop a wooded lot in the San Rafael Hills, the lofty two-bedroom home is available for $749,000.

Vaulted, wood-beamed ceilings hang over the living room, where an alabaster-and-travertine fireplace crawls up the wall. Adjacent is a dining area and kitchen with granite countertops, custom cabinetry, double ovens and a wine refrigerator.

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