A Hillside Midcentury Home in Pasadena Starts at $749K

By Jenny Xie

Nestled in the San Rafael Hills of Pasadena, California, the midcentury home at 339 Elmwood Drive radiates tree house vibes. Sited on a wooded hillside with lush, natural views as well as urban vistas, the two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath residence encourages a close relationship with nature while being conveniently located in the city. A second-level deck wraps around the home and descends to an enormous patio that boasts multiple seating areas, a hot tub, and a barbecue area.

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