The Wedermeyer Residence, originally built in 1936 by architect and industrial designer Kem Weber.
The home was originally commissioned by the head of the art department at Pasadena Junior College.
Weber created several iconic designs of the Streamline style and was once commissioned by Walt Disney to design the Disney Studios in Burbank.
Ribbon windows trace around much of the downstairs living space, providing the interiors with great natural light and a wonderful vantage point to take in the private park-like rear grounds.
Largely original and unaltered, this 1930’s modern in a serene Altadena foothills neighborhood represents an exceptionally rare opportunity to restore an amazing piece of bespoke architecture.
The 3-bedroom, 2-bath home is situated on a 9,395 square foot lot.
This home has incredible potential to be restored and enjoyed by a new generation.
Listing courtesy of Glenn Gordon, Partners Trust Real Estate & Lauren Vogl, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.