The 17th most affluent city in the U.S., La Cañada Flintridge is filled with architecturally important homes by Paul Revere Williams, Lloyd Wright, David A. Lopez, and Eugene Weston III. Named for the Spanish word, cañada (pronounced "canyada") meaning ravine, and its developer, U.S. State Senator Frank P. Flint, the area totals 8.6 square miles (listen up nature lovers), over 99 percent of which is protected land. Check out the local sights while horseback riding with the non-profit Flintridge Riding Club, relax in the 160-acre Descanso Gardens, and take in the picnic-friendly Music in the Park Summer Concert Series. After working up an appetite, scarf down an award-winning Proper Burger at Flintridge Proper. Bonus points: La Cañada Flintridge Unified School District is one of the top districts in the state.
This once in a lifetime Flintridge estate has every amenity you can imagine. The magnificent home is a unique blend of Spanish Colonial Revival and Art Deco architecture. The design, appears to be a collaborative design by L.G. Scherer, the principal of the building firm, and Pasadena architect, Cyril Bennett, built by L.G. Scherer, and... Keep reading →
Spring is in the air and warmer weather is surely on its way to sunny SoCal. We have plenty of hot listings with remarkably cool outdoor entertainment areas – and all available to tour virtually, of course! Picture yourself sipping lemonade poolside at a Pasadena Colonial Revival estate. Then take in the lush landscaping at... Keep reading →
by Jack Flemming La Cañada Flintridge: home to Descanso Gardens, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and a healthy stock of hillside homes with commanding views of the city below. Between the houses draped along the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains or the larger estates on the south side of the city, it’s hard to go... Keep reading →
Virtually explore a charming Cape Cod style cottage in La Cañada Flintridge and a distinctive Craftsman estate in Altadena. Then check out a smart Lincoln Heights Spanish bungalow complete with outdoor entertaining areas and an urban farm offering a bounty of edible flora. There’s all that and more just waiting for you to virtually visit.... Keep reading →
Whether it be a room with home office potential, a converted garage flex space, an inviting outdoor oasis or simply a cozy nook tucked away somewhere, buyers are looking for homes with that little bit of extra oomph to ensure functionality and comfort during these trying times. Virtually tour a home with all that and... Keep reading →