This light, cheery mid-century gem in the San Rafael hills was designed by noted architect, artist and illustrator Frederick Monhoff and built in 1948, the same year Monhoff designed the Palm Springs Biltmore hotel. Monhoff had an eye for landscapes and he cleverly designed 110 Anita so that nearly all of the spaces in the home feature stunning views of the San Gabriel Mountains and Pasadena foothills. With 2 bedrooms 1 and 3/4 bath, the layout is just right. Big living room with a fireplace opens to a functional kitchen and a dining space. Glass sliders lead to a deck that runs the entire length of the house. The master has an en-suite bath and sliding doors leading to a siting patio. A light filled second bedroom with large windows facing the mountains utilizes a 3/4 bath on the hall that also serves as a powder room. Lots of original touches to include hardwood floors, built-in cabinetry and louvre windows. There is a finished bonus room/office downstairs accessed by a staircase on the side of the house. Pretty terraced yard and covered patio, room to create fabulous garden. Close to Old Town, downtown LA, studios and all major freeways.
Sold $720,000
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Garage Spaces
  • 1224 Sqft
  • 7108 Lot
Michael Darling
Michael Darling
Founding Partner
Mobile (626) 840-8905
CalDRE 01139302

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110 Anita Drive is a residential property located in Pasadena, CA. This property sits on a 7108 sqft lot, is 1224 sqft, with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths.