Offered at: $1,650,000 | 540Marengo.com
What was once the first Pasadena home and design/build project of noted Arts and Craft’s Architect Louis B. Easton, is now a professional office building. The original Easton Home is one of 12 architecturally significant properties located in the South Marengo Historic Business District. In the 1980’s, the City of Pasadena added a business overlay zone to the residential area allowing the two-story Craftsman Bungalow to be redesigned to a business-friendly floor plan
Features include a gracious entry, reception/work area, waiting area with view into wood and glass enclosed conference room, six large offices (three on each floor), two bathrooms (one on each floor), upstairs kitchen and open loft-like work area with six cubicles and room for office equipment, bookcases, and work tables. The use of wood beam ceilings, wainscoting at plate level height unifying the wooden doors and windows, built-in window seating, natural brick fireplace and other Arts and Crafts details blend seamlessly with the preserved original exterior with its spacious front porch and side pergola lined in tumbled granite arroyo stone, and wood. Nine parking spaces are located behind the building which are accessed off Pleasant Street. There is a gentle sloping landscaped walkway from parking lot to front porch.
- Designed by Arts & Craft’s architect Louis B. Easton
- 2-Story Craftsman Bungalow
- 2,898 sq. ft.
- 9,306 sq. ft. lot
- 6 large offices – 3 on each floor
- Loft space with 6 cubicles
- 9 parking spaces behind the building