Known as the “Gem City of the Foothills,” Monrovia is set against the San Gabriel Mountains in the San Gabriel Valley. Incorporated in 1887, Monrovia is the fourth oldest city in Los Angeles County and has two historical preservation groups to boot. The Monrovia Historical Society restores old commercial buildings and landmarks, while the Monrovia Historic Preservation Group restores and preserves pre-1930s homes of architectural significance. You’ll find high-tech businesses, a thriving Old Town dining, shopping, and entertainment district, and homes ranging from Queen Annes to Neo-Mediterraneans (Upton Sinclair’s former house and The Oaks are local icons). A weekly farmer’s market and community events such as Friday Night Family Street Fair and summertime concerts in the park show are beloved around town.
From an early 1900s Craftsman to a stately 1926 Spanish Style there’s a little something for everyone on our curated list of offerings in the San Gabriel Valley. Head on over to the desirable San Rafael Hills neighborhood of Pasadena and explore a 1949 Mid-Century with stunning views of the San Gabriel Mountains. Looking to... Keep reading →
dpp real estate is excited to announce Stephanie Lira as a new agent to our Monrovia family. Stephanie is a Realtor who combines her passion for the industry as well as education to help clients meet their real estate goals. With a background in law and education, Stephanie uses her valuable skills in negotiations and... Keep reading →
This spring dpp real estate is hosting a Shred Event, so you can dispose of your sensitive documents in a safe and secure manner. The event will take place on Saturday, April 23rd, from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm. Hosted by our La Cañada Flintridge, Pasadena, Sierra Madre, Monrovia, and Glendora offices. Stop by and... Keep reading →
Spring is just around the corner and we have a fresh crop of new listings positively blooming with possibilities. From the Hollywood Hills to the desert of Palm Springs, these are homes sure to inspire any prospective buyer – and all priced at under $2,000,000. Looking to reside in the SGV? Explore a 1917 Craftsman... Keep reading →
This week, enjoy a curated catalog of some of our most impressive properties located in the SGV – and all for under $1.6 Million. Featuring a stunning two-story Spanish Revival, a historic Queen Anne-Style home, a modern Monrovia duplex, desirable Altadena-Eaton Canyon residences, and two illustrious locations on South Orange Grove Boulevard. These diverse homes... Keep reading →