With a whopping 125 entries on the National Register of Historic Places located here, Pasadena is one of L.A. County’s most desirable and beloved cities. Notable structures include Greene and Greene’s Gamble House, the Beaux Arts Colorado Street Bridge, Hale Solar Laboratory, Rose Bowl, and Jet Propulsion Laboratory, among others. And there’s no shortage of culture here: the Pasadena Playhouse, Norton Simon Museum of Art, and Pasadena Museum of California Art are all in town. Drive through leafy Bungalow Heaven, a quiet 16-block area, featuring 800 small Craftsman homes built from 1900 to 1930. Then spend time in Old Town, a 21-block historic downtown district, where you’ll find the lively gastropub Union, a Tesla showroom, Everson Royce wine shop, and stylish boutiques such as Joie and Mohawk General Store.
Designed by John Bakewell & Arthur Brown, Pasadena City Hall was completed on December 27, 1927. With its red tiled roof, ornate fountain, and garden courtyard, Bakewell and Brown were heavily influence by the early Renaissance style of 16th century Italian architect Andrea Palladio. City Hall is a rectangular edifice, with 235 rooms and passageways... Keep reading →
By Philip Ferrato Where: 1665 Braeburn Road, Altadena Asking: $2,875,000 What: A lovely, transformed Tudor cottage, built in Altadena’s early ‘20s heyday and reinvented by Tamara Kaye-Honey, the Pasadena-based interior designer whose firm House of Honey, creates unexpected and evocative interiors for both residential and commercial clients. Her own home is no exception, combining an... Keep reading →
Pasadena, California. This modern smart home in the Langham neighborhood has walls of recycled glass. The five-bedroom house includes three fireplaces, a gym, a spa-style master bath, wide-plank walnut floors, and 12-foot ceilings throughout. To read full article click “Keep Reading” or visit their website here.
By Bianca Barragan The curb appeal is strong with this 1927 Spanish-style house in northeast Pasadena: A white facade and red-tile roof combined with drought-tolerant landscaping are textbook Southern California. The interior is dotted with wooden doors and “original hardware,” like a wrought iron chandelier in the dining room. In a charming, old-timey touch, the... Keep reading →
By Jenny Xie Families seeking seclusion in the city and ample space to grow and entertain will appreciate this five-bedroom, six-bath home in the Langham neighborhood of Pasadena, California. With clean, contemporary lines, a neutral color palette, and 12-foot-high ceilings, the residence promotes a sense of calm while flexibly accommodating different lifestyles. Shared areas open... Keep reading →