Meet Jennifer Parker-Stanton of Deasy/Penner in Pasadena

Today we’d like to introduce you to Jennifer Parker-Stanton.

Jennifer, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
As a real estate agent and senior partner with Deasy/Penner & Partners, I bring over a decade plus of experience in real estate serving clients throughout Southern California. Although I live in the South Pasadena area, I also work in the Silver Lake, Eagle Rock, Altadena, Mount Washington, Glendale, Highland Park, Downtown LA, Hollywood Hills and Palm Springs areas.

I have a passion for mid-century modern homes and through the restoration of several of my own, I have developed a deep understanding and appreciation of this unique architectural style. My experience as an agent and a homeowner, as well as years working as a Stylist and Costumer for film, television and commercials, allows me to bring a depth of understanding and insight to the table for every client. Bringing that eye for design to the staging of my listings and aiding sellers in just the right amount of renovation to prepare a home for sale brings both my careers into perfect alignment. It also brings me in contact with fabulous vintage finds and a soon to be born online vintage store is in my future – bringing me full circle and rounding out all that I love to do.

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deasy/penner Welcomes Sandi Rozman

The San Gabriel Mountains have always provided the backdrop for Sandi’s life adventures.  Her family moved from the Westside to the foothills when she was 4- years- old and though she has ventured afar for certain chapters, the foothills have always called her back home.  Childhood memories were created and cemented in Sierra Madre, marriage and motherhood nudged her to Pasadena, introduced her to La Canada and ultimately drew her to Altadena, where she currently resides.  Many of Sandi’s passions-outdoor recreation, preservation of both natural and architectural surroundings and working with youth-are rooted in her love and respect for these communities.

Professionally, Sandi’s career has spanned three decades.  Attending California Polytechnic University at both San Luis Obispo and Pomona campuses, Sandi graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Foods and Nutrition. She channeled her acquired appreciation for our rich California agricultural landscape by entering the fresh produce industry, where she was one of a handful of women to dot the business. Working pre-dawn hours from the Los Angeles Wholesale Produce Terminal Market, she arranged commodity purchases between growers and national distributors in both the foodservice and retail sectors. Her experience and skills in creative marketing, contract negotiation and conflict resolution transferred seamlessly into real estate and her partnership with deasy/penner & partners.

Sandi has embraced volunteer opportunities through her past service on the Board of Altadena Heritage, as a 13-year leader of youth in Girls Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and as a current mentor for the STARS program of Lake Avenue Community Foundation.

Sandi’s personal interests include cooking, gardening, hiking and swimming. Her “home as art” is a 1928 character Spanish which she shares with her husband of 30 years, their daughter and a pair of West Highland White Terriers.

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By Elijah Chiland

One of Los Angeles’s few remaining Case Study houses is looking for a new owner.

Designed by Rodney Walker, Case Study House No. 18 (aka West House), was built in 1948 as part of the Case Study program, sponsored by Arts & Architecture. The influential series transformed modern architecture and helped make Los Angeles into an important center of postwar homebuilding and midcentury design style.

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My Small Paintings miniature watercolor of Collector’s home in Beverly Hills, CA

When local artist Amanda Mears is not making large paintings in her studio, she can be found making her signature 2 x 3 inch small paintings all over Los Angeles, in private homes, and in the beautiful gardens at the Huntington in San Marino. Amanda loves to paint outside directly from nature because she feels connected with the landscape and it allows her to capture the true colors of light and shadow. When passersby began buying her miniature watercolors out of her sketchbook, Amanda set up MySmallPaintings.com to showcase her tiny art. Soon collectors began commissioning her to capture their homes and gardens in miniature. Amanda says, “It’s such a privilege to bring so much joy to people with my art – these small paintings mean that a favorite place or view can always be close at hand.”

You can find Amanda’s small paintings at MySmallPaintings.com or on Instagram and FaceBook.

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This Tujunga house sits at the feet of the Angeles National Forest, and it looks like a pristine house in the woods.

Beyond its wide porch, it holds a master bedroom with its original Art Deco bathroom and two additional bedrooms, each one sunny and ample. Dating to the 1930s, the sweet home features vintage interiors, including sunny kitchen tile and an “enormous pine-clad family room with wet bar.”

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