Case Study House No. 10 in Pasadena sells for $2.96 million

By Jack Flemming

A minimalist-style house that was built in 1947 as part of the Case Study program has sold in Pasadena for $2.96 million. The final price tag is $30,000 shy of when it originally listed for sale in September.

Designed by father-and-son duo Kemper Nomland and Kemper Nomland Jr., the horizontal home parallels the sloped lot upon which it sits.

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