Dramatic contemporary in the San Rafael hills asking $2.2M

By Pauline O’Connor

The quantity and variety of interesting architecture packed into Pasadena’s 22.5 square miles never ceases to amaze. This singular specimen can be found on Burleigh Drive in the city’s Linda Vista neighborhood.

Originally built in 1996, the imposing modern has just emerged from a thorough makeover overseen by architectural designer Giang Hoang.

Measuring 3,538 square feet, the curvilinear residence spans four levels, which are accessible either by a floating staircase or an elevator. On the bottom level is a home theater/game room with built-in bar, while the top floor is occupied by the master suite.

The house has three bedrooms and three and a half baths total, and features wide-plank oak floors, walls of glass, Thermador appliances, quartz countertops, multi-zoned HVAC, a tankless water heater, a new roof, and new landscaping.

On a 9,610-square-foot lot, it’s listed with an asking price of $2.2 million. Open house is scheduled for 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday.

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