This stately 1924 Tudor, situated on a coveted street in Altadena, unveils itself via the dramatic metal roof and a masterful juxtaposition of modern and traditional. The residence underwent a major transformation by lauded interior design firm House of Honey, resulting in a laid-back California vibe that respects the home’s character with ease. The living … Continued
New to the market, this stunning Spanish Colonial Revival, originally designed by William H. Norwood in 1926. The 5-bedroom, 4-bath residence underwent a major transformation by GIBBS Architects and A 1000 X BETTER. The re-imagined living room features hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplace, and a drawing room with exposed beamed ceilings. Original windows bathe the home … Continued
This newly listed Kemper Nomland, 1952, is a true time capsule! The father and son architectural team of Kemper Nomland designed the only Case Study home in Pasadena in 1947. Kemper Nomland Jr. then went on the design his own home and at least a dozen others in the surrounding neighborhoods in the early 50’s. … Continued
Presented to the market for the first time in since 1964, this delightful 1950 retreat nestled snugly on an intimate cul-de-sac in the Altadena foothills. Although of unknown pedigree, elements of the residence bear similarity to works of designers who were active in the area in the 1950’s.
Altadena is full of beautiful Craftsman homes and this new listing on Morada Place is one of the best I’ve seen in a while. Built in 1912, the Howell House is a historic Craftsman located in a prime area of Altadena.
This mid-century modern compound is sited on over one-half-acre in the upper foothills of Altadena. The exceptional property consists of two homes built for original owner, noted sculptor David Green.
Located just a few minutes from the Altadena Crest trail, this modern architectural treasure is nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel mountains! Designed by the architect Richard Leitch (USC) as his personal residence, this one-of-a-kind mid-century home perfectly blends mature verdant gardens with interior living spaces.
Situated just south of the San Gabriel Mountains, in lush Altadena, this architectural mid-century offers striking lines and is shaded by magnificent deodars. This property boasts a main house as well as a large separate live/work studio!
Located moments from Eaton Canyon Falls and on the edge of the San Gabriel Mountains, this relaxing and serene mid-century modern home boasts gorgeous vistas all the way to downtown Los Angeles! The home is situated on a captivating .65 acres and offers a long private driveway and wrap around decks.
Originally built in 1949 by architect Robert F. Gordon, and later updated by Tim Andersen (1975) and Fung and Blatt (2004), this residence melds modern living in a spectacular park-like setting. Located down a private drive in Altadena, this 1,844 square foot modernist masterpiece has continued to evolved, while keeping Gordon’s early vision of integrating the building’s structure with the natural site.