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.
By Lauren Beale The Thomas-Throop House in Pasadena takes its name from early owner George Thomas, a doctor, and Amos G. Throop, who as founder of the California Institute of Technology left his indelible stamp on the city. Designed by Pasadena architect Harry Ridgeway, the Queen Anne-style Victorian is thought to have been built on... Keep reading →
By Elijah Chiland This townhome is located right off Colorado Boulevard, close to Pasadena’s Playhouse District. It’s got two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms, with 1,085 square feet of living space. The living room has a fireplace and a sliding glass door that leads out to a private balcony. Additional features include space for... Keep reading →
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By Elijah Chiland Situated on a roomy Pasadena lot with more than a half-acre of land, this Spanish-style residence sits north of the Rose Bowl and boasts views across the surrounding hills. Built in 1924, it was designed by influential architect Paul R. Williams and has been dubbed in listing material as the “Flint House.” The 3,708-square-foot home looks... Keep reading →
By Bianca Barragan South Pasadena’s windy streets and hills hold a trove of adorable residences, including this “impeccable” 1933 Spanish-style home. Pass through the lovely, tiled entryway, and find beamed ceilings, built-in niches, hardwood floors, and French doors throughout. The house holds two bathrooms and three ample bedrooms. The master bedroom features its own connection... Keep reading →