New to the market, this exceptional USC School of Architecture Post & Beam designed by Thomas A. Dismukes, AIA.
The 2,460 square-foot home is located in Pasadena and situated to enjoy the scenic backdrop of the San Gabriel Mountains. There is a long, private, hedged drive that leads to the motor court and entrance.
The residence has been impeccably restored to enhance and respect the original outstanding architecture.
Continuous walls of glass and atypical double-height clerestory windows provide symmetry, as well as expansive volume, light and visual transparency to the outside.
The unified, well-proportioned public spaces begin with the living and dining room.
The home’s entertaining and chef’s kitchen was recently designed by master architect Barbara Bestor.
There is a beautifully remodeled master wing with bathroom ensuite.
The guest wing includes three additional bedrooms and bath.
Two grand outdoor spaces flank and connect the core, creating seamless indoor/outdoor flow — from the serene pool and garden with northern mountain views to the expansive southern deck with more energized views of the city below.
Listing courtesy of Jennifer Parker-Stanton, Deasy/Penner & Partners.