My Home As Art :: La Vina Traditional

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This stunning two-story home in the gated community of La Vina, built in 1998, offers the sought after Stehman floor plan, formal entry, curved staircase, Acacia solid wood floors and mountain views. The bright living room and formal dining room open to a charming backyard patio, perfect for relaxing. This home’s heart is in the sensational kitchen which features granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, walk-in pantry, built-in desk, a new wine refrigerator and an over-sized center island with wainscoting. The kitchen opens to the bright and welcoming family room featuring a custom built-in and Calcutta marble fireplace. A bedroom suite with 3/4 bath perfect for guests or home office, an additional bathroom and laundry room completes the downstairs. Four bright and airy bedrooms grace the upstairs, with the master boasting a custom walk-in closet and spacious bath with sunken tub & double vanities. The remaining three bedrooms feature ample closets. The property features a three-car garage and landscaped backyard, perfect for entertaining and outdoor enjoyment. The common recreation facilities include a large pool, playground and hiking trails that surround this serene mountain setting. Convenient to downtown Pasadena & freeway access, La Vina is truly a magnificent place.
For Sale $1,298,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 3 Garage Spaces
  • Pool
  • 3329 Sqft
  • 6229 Lot

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