Friday, January 12th 7am-2pm
Saturday, January 13th 7am-2pm
Elegant 1926 Spanish-style Home
Opportunity Knocks! 2016 Braeburn Road is an elegant 1926 Spanish-style home in need of restoration. Perfect for investors or someone who wants to renovate and make their dream home. Fine architectural details; including arched doorways, balconies, tall paned windows looking up at the majestic San Gabriel Mountains, two fireplaces, hardwood floors, original wrought iron fixtures abound. Pass through the porte cochère to the park-like terraced, rear yard where the former garage was located under the house. This home has been owned by the same family for over fifty years and is a lovely place to call home. Located on one of the finest streets in Altadena and truly a wonderful opportunity!
4 BEDROOMS & 3 BATHROOMS | 3,546 SQ. FT. | 19,482 SQ. FT. LOT
Offered at $1,680,000
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Godspeed: The Story of Page Jones is a documentary of a racecar driver’s recovery from a severe traumatic brain injury. Chronicling 20 years, Page Jones redefines victory while advocating for access to long-term rehabilitation for others. Page is living proof that with support, quality lives are within reach. The story begins with a crash. Page Jones’ young life passes before his eyes. With Indy 500 winner Parnelli Jones for a father, comparisons are easy. Page is expected to be a great driver and he is. Leading at Eldora Speedway in 1994, he hits the wall. The accident looks routine but is not. While rolling he is hit in the head by a passing racecar. By the time Page’s racecar stills, he is turning blue. His near death experience gives him a reason to choose life. He would not wake up fully for months having suffered a severe brain injury. Page does not remember being 22 but footage from his early recovery shows his struggle. While no family is prepared for the burdens of taking care of someone with such an injury, the Jones family is determined. Page will never race again, but he will have a life worth living. After 15 years, Page has a positive attitude and lives with his wife Jamie and their family. His short-term memory is unreliable. Learning new skills is difficult yet his daily pursuit. He is a working miracle. Page encourages his family to help him share his story and advocate for others who still struggle. His message is two-fold: access to quality rehabilitation is essential and never give up.
This film was produced by Podley Properties agent Mary Leonard, along with Executive Producer Jay Leno.