The award-winning Dubnoff Residence is an outstanding example of classic mid-century modern, post-and-beam style with Japanese influences.
Designed by Buff & Hensman in 1960, the residence is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
Located in the San Rafael neighborhood of Pasadena, the 2,239 square-foot home is elevated above the street, providing privacy and verdant views.
There are incredible walls of glass throughout the home.
The step-down living room, formal dining room, and kitchen are located in the middle section of the t-shaped floorplan.
Every room has access to the outdoors, and a spacious deck extends over the carport and offers more spectacular views.
The t-shaped floorplan provides a wing for the master suite and a wing for the additional bedrooms.
There is also an office/study room with a 3/4 bath, which can be entered from the carport.
This quintessential mid-century home’s walls glass, redwood beams, and stucco exterior seems to merge seamlessly with the natural surroundings.
Listing courtesy of Robin Stever Coldwell Banker.