Post and beam home by Thomas A Dismukes lists for $1.9m in Pasadena

By Jamie Robinson

This post and beam dwelling by Thomas A Dismukes makes the most of its views of the San Gabriel Mountains.

Hidden away behind a hedge on Pasadena’s 1615 Hastings Ranch Dr, the midcentury Californian propertyfor sale via Deasy / Penner & Partners for $1.899m – has multiple outdoor terraces, as well as expansive glazing, including unusual double-height clerestory windows.

High ceilings and wood paneling abound in the four-bedroom home, which includes a three-bedroom guest wing. Its master bedroom and bathroom have recently been sensitively remodeled, as has the kitchen, updated by architect Barbara Bestor.

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