Step Inside a Charming Home in Altadena, California

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By Jennifer Tzeses

Built in 1937 by architect R. Ralf Wilcox, this charming English Revival home in Altadena, California, offers beautiful views of the San Gabriel Mountains. The property is located just five miles from Old Town Pasadena and 20 miles from downtown Los Angeles.

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