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
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About the Tournament House
This Italian Renaissance-style mansion was built in 1906 for the Stimson family in Pasadena’s “Millionaire’s Row”. The house was designed and built by architect G. Lawrence Stimson and his father, George W. Stimson. After most of the Stimson children left the nest, the house became too big for the Stimsons and they sold the house to William Wrigley Jr. in 1914.
The mansion was presented to the City of Pasadena in 1958 by the Wrigley family. They gave their home with the understanding that it would become the permanent headquarters for the Tournament of Roses®. That is why is is known today as the Tournament House.
The Tournament of Roses Association produces the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl game each New Year in Pasadena. The Rose Parade was conceived by the Valley Hunt Club in 1890. It served as a mid-winter festival where they would invite their neighbors who moved from the East Coast. Five years later, after the Rose Parade grew too large for the Valley Hunt Club, the Tournament of Roses Association was formed. Today, 935 Volunteers make up the Tournament of Roses, they are affectionately referred to as “White Suiters” because of the distinctive white uniform every volunteer wears.
The text for this article originally appeared on visitpasadena.com
1336 Inverness Drive | Pasadena 91103
4 Bedrooms & 2.75 Bathrooms | 2,810 Sq. Ft. Home | 68,210 Sq. Ft. Lot
Home of the Day Feature
Tucked away in one of the finest neighborhoods of Pasadena is this private French Villa estate offering stunning views of Pasadena’s iconic landmarks. The interior has been renovated extensively with a professional designer and features custom window treatments, stylish sconces, and brass fixtures. Furthermore, the elegant formal rooms are ideally situated for family gatherings or larger scale entertaining.
A true chef’s kitchen, you will appreciate the the carrera marble counters, oversized troth sink, 5-burner gas range, and spacious island. Additionally, the master bedroom wing features dressing area, 2 baths, soaking tub, French stucco finish, open beamed ceiling, polished concrete floors.
Resting on approximately 1.6 acres, there is opportunity for expansion. The seller has researched adding a 1200-square-foot guest house, pool and separate studio. Artistic approach to landscaping offers the perfect balance of natural and manicured grounds. Rarely does a home of this caliber come to market. Do not miss this opportunity.
Offered at $2,400,000 | More info: 1336Inverness.com
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