Bright South Pasadena loft with oak floors seeks $795K

By Bianca Barragan

This 1,200-square-foot live/work loft in South Pasadena is located on the first floor of the Ostrich Farm complex, so named because the complex sits on the site of the former Cawston Ostrich Farm.

The bright corner apartment features floor-to-ceiling windows and wonderful oak floors. The kitchen holds Viking appliances and what looks like a butcher-block-topped island.

There’s no wanting for storage space. Added built-in create a mini-library area in the loft, and a trio of closets offer space for clothes and a convenient hiding spot for the stacked, in-unit laundry machines. If that’s not enough, there’s an additional private storage unit, too.

The lone bathroom just received the full marble treatment from the glass-walled shower stall to the countertop of the double vanity. The master bedroom is set up near a sliding glass door that opens out onto a patio and the complex’s communal green space. The unit also comes with two reserved parking spaces.

Last sold in 2006 for $670,000, the airy loft is now asking $795,000. HOA dues are $335 per month.

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