First Look: Classic Post + Beam in Pasadena, $1.9M

By Philip Ferrato

Where: 1615 Hastings Ranch Drive, Pasadena
Asking: $1,899,000
What: A classic (but late) icon of the Post + Beam Style that swept Los Angeles in the ’50s and ’60s, notably implemented by graduates of the USC School of Architecture, this handsome house has been well-cared for since its construction in 1971 by Thomas Dismukes.

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Classic in the sense that the geometric interplay of dark gray structure, white walls, expanses of glass and the original tongue-and-groove ceilings are intact, plus a deftly inserted kitchen from about a decade ago by architect Barbara Bestor.

Below, the master bedroom suite and renovated bath.

And the 10×30-foot pool is just delicious.

More: Check out the listing at Deasy Penner + Partners for additional images and details.

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