1170 Laurel Street // Pasadena 91103
Offered at: $1,599,000
Open House September 15th & 16th from 2-5pm
Located in Pasadena’s coveted Linda Vista neighborhood, this deliciously remodeled Traditional is cloistered on one of the most desired streets just steps from the Rose Bowl. Sited on an over 10,000 sq. ft. park-like lot, this special property is in turnkey, move-in ready condition or alternatively a prime candidate for your dream addition/expansion project. “Pasadena Golden Arrow Award” winning landscaping, private park like back yard with mature trees, high-end cooks’ kitchen offering an AGA stove, Sub-Zero fridge and quartz counters with marble backsplash, Don’t miss the picture perfect master bedroom including en suite bath replete with marble counters and floors. California indoor/outdoor living at it’s finest!
- Built in 1948
- 3 Bedrooms/2 Bathrooms
- 1,576 Sq. Ft. / 10,800 Sq. Ft. Lot
- Wood Burning Fireplace
- Panoramic Backyard Views
- Formal Dining Room
- Quartz Countertops
- Gas Fire Pit
- Built-In BBQ
For more photos and information, visit 1170Laurel.com
Shock rock legend Alice Cooper has a duplex for sale in Echo Park at $1.299 million. No, this isn’t an investment property he happens to own — it’s a space he has used as a writer’s retreat when in town creating music for himself and the Hollywood Vampires.
The two-unit house was built in 1927 and maintains its Spanish-style roots with arched windows and passages. The 2,027 square feet of interiors, however, look fresh and new with updated kitchens, bathrooms and light walls. The singer-songwriter-actor completely renovated the duplex when he bought it in 2006 for $700,000.
About This Old House
Asking price: $1,248,000
248 El Nido Drive // You are invited to view this wonderful, original American Craftsman home, situated on a quaint cul-de-sac at the base of the mountains. This historic, architecturally significant “clinker-brick” house, with red clay tile roof, was built in 1925 as the Harry Nelson residence.
This 93 year old house has withstood the tests of time and elements. It is a prime example of gracious living and the California American Arts & Crafts movement. It’s an old, sturdy house, giving shelter and security and featuring all the modern upgrades and features one expects in a modern household. This house is reminiscent of an easier lifestyle and invites all who come to visit. All are welcome!
Year built: 1925
House size: 2,185 sf | Basement: 607 sf | Garage: 371 sf
Beds: Five | Baths: Two
Lot size: 10,491 sf
Features: The interior is in pristine condition, and features all original exotic hardwood trim, living room with Batchelder fireplace, restored kitchen with hand made Vermont tiles & vintage copper ceiling, additional patio/sunroom and a large wrap-around porch. The yard is surrounded by fencing, hedges, large neighbor’s trees and a productive avocado grove.
About the Area: The wonderful neighborhood provides no through traffic, no dogs barking and no wild or noisy garage bands practicing. This place is like a small town movie set.
Visit www.248ElNido.com for more information
Article originally appeared on www.CircaOldHouses.com
2021 Ahlin Drive // La Cañada Flintridge 91011
Offered at: $889,000
La Cañada Schools! Sophisticated modern cottage home, completely remodeled in 2018 with newer kitchen, baths, and hardwood flooring throughout. There are two bedrooms, two bathrooms plus a dedicated laundry room. Upper level with a full-size bath plus a great size bedroom with the laundry chute. The stylish open concept kitchen has quartz countertops, apron sink, and newer stainless-steel appliances. Lower level with second bedroom, custom bunk beds and second bathroom with double sinks and shower. Laundry room is located in the lower level, plus a storage room that can be use as storage/office. Newer central AC system and more.
- Completely renovated in 2018
- Laundry Room
- New Central AC, Kitchen, Baths
- Newer Plumbing System, Electrical System Panels, Windows
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Aprin Sink
- Washer & Dryer
|Opportunity Knocks! Located in the equestrian area of Shadow Hills both lots are zoned for horses & offer stunning panoramic views. The lots are separately owned but offer a unique opportunity for builders and developers.|
Listed by Nancy Valentine
Bears, deer, a lone kangaroo. Fairhaven in La Cañada Flintridge kept an exotic menagerie in residence when it was the home of Academy Award-winning actor Victor McLaglen and his wife, horsewoman Enid Lamont McLaglen. Visit LATimes.com to read the complete feature on 1219 Journeys End!
A detached studio and fantastic landscaping make this place exceptional
580 N. Hermosa Avenue // As seen on CurbedLA.com
Perched among the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, this 1940s house by architect and Richard Neutra apprentice Harwell Hamilton Harris features an array of large windows, patios, and walkways from which to enjoy its excellent views.
The main house—a three-level, post and beam built in 1949—features skylights, two living rooms, a dining room, brick fireplaces, three bedrooms, and four bathrooms.
The Sierra Madre property also holds a studio designed by John T. Lyle in 1986. The studio holds an office, a bedroom, and bathroom, as well as a crop of “apparently random custom windows of all shapes and sizes,” as the listing describes it.
Between the two structures, there’s a rambling garden with citrus trees and a pond, also designed by Lyle, a master landscape architect who now has a school named in his honor at Cal Poly Pomona.
Additional features of the home include:
- 3 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms
- Main home: 2,002 sq. ft.
- Lot Size: 16,604 sq. ft.
- Detached Studio/Guest House
- Built in 1949
- 2 Fireplaces
- 2-Car Garage
Listed by the Judy Webb-Martin Group #00541631 & deasy/penner #01305277
Be the second-ever owner of this warm 1970s Glendale post & beam
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Take one look at this dreamy Glendale post and beam. It’s easy to see why it’s only had one owner in its 40-year existence.
Designed by architect Richard Kemp as his own family residence, this 1978 classic is ideally situated to cantilever over a creek. The home is encircled by oaks and sycamores, while the handsome interiors echo their surroundings with beamed ceilings and a wealth of gleaming wood. Floor-to-ceiling windows bring the outside in.
The dwelling sits on a 1.4-acre property tucked into Glendale’s Scholl Canyon, an area north of the 134 Freeway and the famous Eagle Rock formation.
Additional features of the home include:
- 2,900 square foot home on 62,427 square foot lot
- Exceptional privacy
- Designed & built by Carmichael-Kemp A.I.A. for the Kemp Family
- Original details, fixtures & design
- Storage & workshop space
- Sylvan property with oaks, sycamores & mature landscaping
- Swimming pool & spa
- Multiple entertainment areas
- Orientation for morning & evening sunlight in living room
2830 Glenoaks Canyon Drive, Glendale // 2380Glenoaks.com
This article originally appeared on CurbedLA.com
1058 E. Claremont Street, Pasadena // 1058Claremont.com
Here’s a cozy little home in Pasadena’s Bungalow Heaven neighborhood that packs a fair bit of charm into less than 900 square feet of living space.
Built in 1922, the home sits on a compact 2,993-square-foot lot. The front of the home has a garden and walkway leading to the circular front porch. Inside are two bedrooms and one-and-three-quarters bathrooms, along with an airy living room and dining area illuminated by wide windows and French doors.
Hardwood floors run throughout the home, and other features include built-in shelving and a gas fireplace in the living room. The recently updated tile-floored kitchen includes new appliances and a farmhouse sink.
Double doors in the bedroom lead out to a small back deck and wraparound patio space with an added storage shed. There’s also a small studio space behind the house that could be used as a particularly snug home office.
Asking price is $565,000.
This article originally appeared on CurbedLA.com
1164 N. Calle Rolph, Palm Springs // Open Saturday, February 24th 1-3pm
Part of a tract of World War II-era homes built as worker housing
Modernism Week events are ongoing in Palm Springs and plenty of pedigreed homes are up for grabs in the desert city. Case in point: this cozy post and beam by influential modern architect Albert Frey.
The simple residence was constructed in 1946 as part of a tract of homes commissioned as worker housing and designed by Frey at the tail end of World War II. The houses all feature identical floor plans, but different positions on each lot and unique paint jobs so as not to appear too uniform.
This house has plenty of modern style, with wide windows, tiled bathrooms, and plenty of indoor-outdoor access. The 1,150-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with an airy kitchen with a vintage stove and refrigerator.
The house sits on a 10,000-square-foot lot, with a large driveway, attached garage, grassy backyard, and spa/swimming pool. There’s even an outdoor shower—partially enclosed for privacy.
Asking price is $749,000. Worth noting: The home’s historic credentials qualify its owner for some tax breaks under California’s Mills Act.
Listed by Todd Hays #01852756
This article originally appeard on CurbedLA.com