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
Delightful Little Spanish Bungalow in Pasadena Asks $579K
1735 BELLFORD AVENUE, PASADENA 91104
1735Bellford.com | Offered at: $579,000
At 864 square feet, this lovely two-bedroom, one bathroom bungalow in Pasadena is by no means enormous. However, it boasts plenty of attractive features, including hardwood floors and a white brick living room fireplace.
The Spanish-style residence was built in 1924, and includes an elegant front porch with arched entryways. In addition, the house sits on a nearly 5,000-square-foot lot with a long driveway. Also, the home features a converted garage/office.
Also of mention, the front yard features drought-tolerant landscaping. The backyard features a brick patio, garden space, and a pergola-shaded deck.
Inside, the home has wide windows, spacious kitchen with outdoor access, a breakfast nook, and an open kitchen and dining area.
Listed by: Rob Weise & Edward Afsharian CalBRE#00558068 & #00790083
This article was originally published on Curbed LA.
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