A Beautifully Remodeled Traditional Home Located on Paloma Street, Pasadena

Welcome to this beautifully remodeled, single-level traditional in one of Pasadena’s most sought-after neighborhoods. The four bedroom, four bath home, including an incredibly renovated, detached ADU, has been meticulously updated with the finest finishes.

The residence’s public spaces feature a gracious living room, with a serene window seat, as well as tall custom built-ins, a stately formal dining room with wainscoting and spacious, light-filled rooms throughout. The kitchen has been done with the most desirable appointments including a Wolf refrigerator, a steam drawer, a glass-fronted wine fridge and a built-in coffee station. It is a chef’s dream and truly exquisite.

The private spaces in the main house are made up of three elegant bedrooms, including a master suite featuring a stunning walk-in closet that has been custom built with a vaulted ceiling, a center island, a light-up seated vanity and glass fronted cabinetry. The master bathroom features a large soaking tub in addition to a pebble bottomed shower with a soaring automated skylight that all evokes your favorite spa.

The backyard has been professionally landscaped to create a private retreat to relax or entertain. The focal point is an architectural, cantilevered portico that offers shade, no matter the time of day. This area connects the home to the back studio ADU that has a peaked ceiling, a kitchenette, a laundry room, its own bath and a private side patio. It is perfect to use as an office, fitness area or for visiting friends and relatives.

A few of the many highlights of the property include high-end designer fixtures, rich wood floors, wide crown moldings, marble counters and inlaid tile, dual pane windows, plus much, much more. Don’t miss this breathtaking property with idyllic curb appeal.

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Paul R. Williams, FAIA, 1894-1980 | The Paul R. Williams Residence, Historic Lafayette Square, Los Angeles

Paul Revere Williams, FAIA is arguably one of this country’s most notable black architects. Born and raised in Los Angeles, and an orphan by the age of 4, Williams went on to become the first black student to graduate from USC – which he did in 1919 with a degree in architectural engineering. Fresh out of college, he was appointed to the LA City Planning Commission and worked under a number of prominent architects before starting his own practice in 1922. A year later he became the first black member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

The R.N. Williams Residence, 1948 | Ontario, CA

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Free-Flowing Santa Monica Home Unfurls Around A Zig-Zag Staircase

By Claire Carponen

The geometric staircase in this concrete modern Santa Monica house is hard to miss – with its steel frame zig-zagging up two stories.

The California property was designed by Melinda Gray in 2006 and plays with volumes with graphic lines throughout. The 5,200 sq ft Stassi Lane home lies in the coastal city of Santa Monica in Los Angeles County and is on sale for $4.995m with Deasy Penner Podley.

A wooden-banister staircase sits in its central, triple-height dining room and wraps around its edges, accentuating the sense of volume and creating a first-floor galleried walkway.

Light floods in via clerestory windows while moveable glass doors pocket back into the walls, connecting the four-bedroom house to its outdoor pool area and gardens.

Just off the master bedroom is a tree-shaded, raised terrace supported by a red metal-framed structure – a recurring motif in Gray’s works.

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The summer is heating up and we have plenty of hot new listings for you to virtually tour. Explore a Mid-Century view home in Arcadia and another Mid-Century stunner in trendy Silver Lake. Then virtually tour a former church that has been readapted into a chic event/live/work space.

Arcadia | Renovated Mid-Century View Home

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The Frandsen House, 1960, Lynn Maudlin. This gated private Mid-Century compound wraps around a stunning pool. The dramatic angles of the architecture contrast against the natural setting with expansive views. Original stained glass flanks the uniquely angled front door. Aggregate rock walkways and decorative brick walls continue indoors. Dramatic pitched rooflines and vaulted ceilings rest upon walls of glass that bathe each room in natural light.

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