Dirt June 5, 2023
Ever find yourself daydreaming about owning a secluded residence that’s still near yet somehow a world apart from the bustling hub of Los Angeles — especially one offering an infinity-edge pool and walls of glass overlooking breathtaking mountain and city lights views? You could be in luck, because this striking contemporary oasis in Pasadena is now available for the first time in more than two decades; and it just popped up on the market for a smidge under $5 million.
Tucked away behind a lengthy gated driveway and lush foliage — on a hillside parcel of land spanning just over an acre, in the Upper Arroyo neighborhood high above the Rose Bowl Stadium — the home was last sold in 1997 for a mere $430,000, then rebuilt from the ground up by Deva De Veer Dickson Architects in the early 2000s. Lovingly maintained by the same family ever since, the single-level structure features three bedrooms and seven baths in almost 3,400 square feet of living space boasting rich cherry wood floors, high ceilings and clerestory windows throughout.
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