Warm, character rich Spanish Revival home (circa 1931) on a beautiful tree lined street in NE Pasadena. The property has been lovingly maintained and updated, while remaining sensitive to the original design. Incredible gardens greet you as you approach the courtyard entrance. (Tenabe Design). The home was built by Harvey Hincks. (Superintendent of Construction of Pasadena’s beloved City Hall. Also one of the designers of the Arroyo Seco Parkway). Gorgeous magnasite floors greet you in the foyer. Original hand painted beams and ceilings grace the dining room and breakfast room. Hardwood floors, stained glass windows, and french doors round out the intact vintage details. Noted architect Doug Ewing made smart updates to the home,including a family room, and a spa like master bath,that accesses it’s own large balcony with mountain views. There are 4 bedrooms. (one downstairs). One of the upstairs features a captivating sleeping alcove.

Sure to be one of the kid’s favorite spot. The kitchen features rich cabinetry, beautiful counters and stainless steel appliances. Intelligent upgrades include dual zone a/c, updated plumbing and electric, custom garage door, and foundation bolting, bringing this classic into the 21st century.


Jimmy Wilson