Featured Property: A Beautiful 1889 Victorian Farmhouse Located on Minoru Drive

Welcome to this historic 1889 Altadena treasure that was relocated to its current, sought after location one hundred years later in the 1980s. The four bedroom, three bathroom Victorian Farmhouse has been beautifully redone with exquisite finishes throughout. The house invites you in with a glass-paneled front door, a regal foyer and tall ceilings.

The expansive lower level includes a spacious living room, a family room area, a ground floor bedroom or office, an elegant dining room and a light-filled, remodeled, gourmet kitchen. The kitchen is state-of-the art and has custom cabinetry, a full-length center island, a Wolf range and an incredible glass fronted refrigerator. This kitchen is not to be missed and is a true showstopper.

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May 2022 Newsletter

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Homes for Sale in the San Gabriel Valley Under $2 Million

100 Sequoia Drive, Pasadena, CA 91105 100Sequoia_3

From an early 1900s Craftsman to a stately 1926 Spanish Style there’s a little something for everyone on our curated list of offerings in the San Gabriel Valley. Head on over to the desirable San Rafael Hills neighborhood of Pasadena and explore a 1949 Mid-Century with stunning views of the San Gabriel Mountains. Looking to buy in charming Sierra Madre? We have a centrally located turnkey modern abode that may be just what you’ve been searching for.

Monrovia | W.A. Baxter House

172 North Primrose Avenue | $1,900,000

Located in one of the most desirable areas of North Monrovia, the W.A. Baxter house offers vintage charm and curb appeal on an oversized, double lot. This early 1900s Craftsman provides many original features, boasting 3,500+ square feet of living space and period details including a boxed beamed ceiling, built-ins throughout, clawfoot tubs, wood-burning fireplace, wood floors, and more. Upon entry, you will walk into a library with custom built-in bookshelves on your left and an open living room area to your right with a beautiful stone fireplace. Both rooms have oversized windows with lovely views of the front yard. You will find three bedrooms and three bathrooms on the main floor, and the upstairs offers five bedrooms, three of which have balconies, and three bathrooms. The dining areas have built-in hutches; the kitchen is light and bright with two sinks, a breakfast nook, a sewing area and windows galore looking out to the gorgeous backyard. The possibilities are endless with this extra-large yard that includes a fenced off pool and spa, peaceful sitting areas, mountain views, flowerbeds, a huge grass area, and many fruit trees including tangerine, loquat, lemon, avocado, and pomegranate. Stop by, take in all the amazing vintage charm, bring your vision, and make this your new home.

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A Standout Home by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Grandson Lists for $2.9M in La Crescenta, CA

By Sarah Buder

This La Crescenta home by Eric Lloyd Wright, son of architect Frank Lloyd Wright Jr. and grandson of the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright, is characterized by curved surfaces and interiors faced in organic materials such as raw concrete, tile, and teak. At the front entrance to the home, dubbed the Wystrach-Adams Residence, a curved wooden roofline and angular concrete walls hint at the material palette and recurring motifs to come.

“The original owner was enamored with the curves of the nearby area, and they are consistent in the home—in beams, glass, coved lighting, Cor-Ten steel, marble, and built-ins,” says the listing agent. Undulating concrete walls enhance the dramatic effect in the towering entry hall, where a winding wooden staircase with a copper-accented balustrade sits below an oversize slanted U-shaped skylight.

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This La Crescenta ‘Unicorn of a Home’ Seeks $2.9 Million

By Sandra Barrera

A modern La Crescenta home by architect Eric Lloyd Wright, Frank Lloyd Wright’s grandson, has come on the market for $2.895 million.

Wright designed the five-bedroom, 4,554-square-foot Wystrach-Adams Residence to reflect the curves of the surrounding hills and streets as envisioned by the original owner.

According to listing agent Ben Kahle of DPP Real Estate, formerly known as Deasy Penner Podley, the home’s namesake “wanted it to feel like the environment was blending with the interior.”

The house opens on a sweeping entry hall comprised of curving aggregate concrete, copper-accented balustrades and slanted skylights. Natural light streams through a continuous wall of glass doors, setting aglow the large living area, den and dining room with built-ins.

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