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1865Arroyo-004

Presented by Mark Jerusalem

Nestled along the Eastern border of Pasadena’s Arroyo Seco, the ‘Arroyo House’ is a spacious 40’s Traditional with sweeping views of Linda Vista Hills and San Gabriel Mountains. This beautiful home offers 4 bedrooms, 5 baths, with dual master-suites, and over 4,300 sqft of updated living space. Features include a 2-story living room with cathedral ceiling, large family room with beamed ceiling and views of the Arroyo from several rooms, all on a 15,000+ sqft lot. Recent remodel includes: newer kitchen, master suite, salt-water pool/spa, hardwood floors, roof, and two newer HVAC systems. A circular driveway and mature landscaping welcome you to this unique property that features an office/library with built-in shelving, a laundry/mud room, and a dual-sided brick hearth fireplace. Prime locale with close proximity to DTLA, hiking trails, Rose Bowl and more. Large open floor plan and position along the Arroyo Seco showcase the epitome of California’s idyllic indoor and outdoor lifestyle.
For Sale $1,795,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 4,302 sqft
  • 15,588 Lot

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