Saturday, July 14th from 6-11:30pm
The Pasadena Heritage Foundation cordially invites you to the Colorado Street Bridge Party, Pasadena’s biggest and best block party on the world-famous historic Colorado Street Bridge. The biennial event is a night of music, dancing, vintage cars, children’s activities, beverages, food and more. Our very own Podley Properties agents will be volunteering at the Beer & Wine booth – don’t forget to stop by and say hello!
Advanced Tickets are available for purchase here
Children Under 7: Free!
Tickets will also be available for purchase in person the day of the event
View our July Events Calendar for more events taking place across the San Gabriel Valley!
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
1918 House with Secret Wet Bar Asks $1.95M in Posh Pasadena
1234 El Mirador Drive, Pasadena 91103
1234ElMirador.com | Offered at: $1,950,000 | Open Sat & Sun 12-3pm
This timelessly stylish house is located in the ritzy neighborhood near Pasadena’s Rose Bowl, on Linda Vista Avenue, and was designed by the Pasadena firm Marston, Van Pelt & Maybury, which designed several other houses in the area.
Built in 1918, the four-bedroom estate sits on a 13,220-square-foot lot with mature avocado trees, and it has some cool touches, both modern and vintage.
The main residence has been updated, and includes central air conditioning and heating, plus a “robust” earthquake retrofit. A hidden wet bar and two fireplaces are tucked into a nearly 1,000-square-foot basement. In a sign of the times, the garage has a Tesla recharging station and even boasts its own bathroom.
There’s also a renovated one-bedroom guest house with its own kitchen and bathroom. The property has been in the same family for more than 50 years. It’s now listed for $1.95 million.
Listed by: Todd Hays CalBRE# 00468359
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
April 23rd > Art of the Garden
10:30am-4:30pm | Across ALTADENA, PASADENA & SIERRA MADRE
Enjoy the diverse architectural styles and landscapes showcased on this tour. Sponsored by Creative Arts Group. creativeartsgroup.org
April 23rd-May 21st > Pasadena Showcase House of Design
Private Address | Shuttles From the Rose Bowl Parking Lot, PASADENA
Take a shuttle to the tour of the 2017 Pasadena Showcase House at this annual benefit. Visit pasadenashowcase.org for additional visiting info.
April 28th > La Cañada Flintridge Spring Home Tour
9:30-1pm, 3:30-6:30pm. Evening Reception 6-8pm | LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE
Enjoy this home tour put on by the students and parents of La Cañada High School showcasing beautiful homes across the community. lchs78.org
April 30th > 28th Annual Bungalow Heaven Tour
10am-4pm | Bungalow Heaven Neighborhood, PASADENA
Stroll through Pasadena’s first Landmark District & experience this beautiful historic neighborhood. visitpasadena.com
May 7th > Altadena Guild’s 66th Annual Home Tour
10am-4pm | ALTADENA Highlands
Four beautiful homes and gardens will be on display. Enjoy food vendors & live entertainment along the tour. altadenaguild.org
May 7th > MOHPG 35th Annual Historic Homes Tour
10am-4pm | Historic Homes Across MONROVIA
MOHPG hosts the 35th annual tour with six vintage homes, built from 1901-1921. In addition, the 1886 Queen Anne Victorian known as the Anderson House Museum will be open. mohpg.org
May 14th > Castle Green Mother’s Day Tour
1-5pm | 99 S. Raymond Avenue, PASADENA
Tour of Castle Green’s beautifully preserved architecture, and enjoy tea in the ballroom. friendsofcastlegreen.org
Self-Guided > Glendora’s Historic Core: A Walking Tour
All Day | Begin at the Intersection of Glendora Avenue & Foothill Blvd., GLENDORA
This walking tour of Downtown Glendora is intended to foster awareness of the history and built landscape of the community. ci.glendora.ca.us
Mid-Century Modern: Timeless, Elegant Design. The San Gabriel Valley is home to many historical homes and architectural styles, from the Beaux-Arts Masonic Temple, to the luxurious & contemporary Montana in the heart of Pasadena, to the Arts & Crafts-style Gamble House, to many of the iconic Mid-Century Case Study Houses and the Poppy Peak National Register Historic District
Developed in the decades following the end of World War II, the Mid-Century Modern style is typified by it’s flowing design, simple lines and contemporary patterns. Architecturally, this translates to wide glass windows, sliding glass doors and the use of natural materials to seamlessly connect and create indoor and outdoor flow. While the style has enjoyed immense popularity since the 1940’s, the television show Mad Men has created a new generation of enthusiasts.
Below are our most recent listings showcasing Mid-Century Modern design.
Playful 1950’s Modern Personality
130 S. San Rafael Avenue, PASADENA | $2,399,000 | 130SanRafaelAve.com
COMING SOON | Extraordinary International-style Mid-Century Modern
815 Laguna Road, PASADENA | $1,795,000
3BR/4BA | Designed by Architect Eugene Weston III | 12,113 sf lot
Charming Mid-Century Ranch-style High in the Foothills
4643 Hillard Avenue, LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE | $1,650,000 | 4643Hillard.com
Custom Mid-Century Modern with Spectacular Panoramic Views
4080 Park Vista Avenue, PASADENA | $1,149,000 | 4080ParkVista.com