Built in 1949 by architect Robert E. Bond, this newly listed mid-century is located in the Poppy Peak Historic District of Pasadena. Along with Bond, homes in this area were designed by notable architects including Richard Neutra; Harwell Hamilton Harris; and Buff, Straub and Hensman.
The residence is stunningly beautiful in its simplicity and design.
While modestly sized, the home’s walls of glass, angled roofline, and multiple outdoor areas provide a much grandeur feel.
The two-bedroom, one-bath home features hardwood floors, a wood-burning fireplace, clerestory windows, extensive deck space, and more.
Both the front and rear yards have been professionally landscaped with drought tolerant and native plants.
The rear yard is a peaceful sanctuary offering shade, privacy, and wonderful views of the San Gabriel mountains.
This home is located in one of the nicest areas of Pasadena, just west of the Arroyo and south of the Rose Bowl. It’s an ideal spot for those seeking privacy and serenity within a community setting.
Listing courtesy of Jeremy Hardy, Craig Estates & Fine Props.