What You Get | $1.5 Million in California

In Pasadena, a 1906 Arts-and-Crafts bungalow with three bedrooms and three bathrooms is on the market for $1.45 million.   Bungalow Heaven is an apt name for this neighborhood, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the California Register of Historic Places. The 16 blocks that make up the district are… Keep reading

Bungalow Heaven | Modern Craftsman

Located in the Historic Bungalow Heaven Landmark District, this classic but modern, three bedroom, three bathroom California Craftsman offers an additional accessory Studio. As you enter, you’re greeted by an expansive entry that incorporates a great room, with large den and dining area that walks directly into the updated open kitchen. Additionally there is the… Keep reading

Home of the Week: A Beautiful 1950s Craftsman-style Home Located on New York Drive, Altadena

Gated and screened by large greenery, gracefully setback on the expansive 16,000+ sqft landscaped lawn- one captures arresting views of the San Gabriel mountains upon approaching this 1950s Craftsman-style home. Long drive and porte-cochere provide ample off-street parking as guests arrive to a slate-covered sitting porch and dramatic open living room with 12-foot ceilings, fireplace,… Keep reading

Revamped 1912 Pasadena Craftsman Pops Up for Under $900,000

By Wendy Bowman Seeking a deal on a historic home in one of the most charming and family-friendly suburbs of Los Angeles? Spotlighted by period touches and modern updates, this Craftsman Bungalow just might answer your dreams. Nestled in northwest Pasadena — near the landmark Rose Bowl Stadium and not far from the 16-block, turn-of-the-century… Keep reading

1914 ‘Bungalow Heaven’ Craftsman in Pasadena seeks $1.25 million

By Sandra Barrera A Craftsman house featured on Pasadena’s 2014 Bungalow Heaven Home Tour a century after its completion is on the market for $1.25 million. Designed by notable architect Cyril Bennett, the home sits on a large lot on N. Chester Avenue in “Bungalow Heaven.” Many of the early 20th century homes in this… Keep reading