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844 South El Molino Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91106


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Property Remarks

Set within the coveted charm of Madison Heights, this historically-updated, Golden Arrow award-winning Spanish architectural captivates with authentic, modernized details throughout. Meticulously restored finishes commence amongst the living room, featuring original Batchelder tiles and French doors unto the patio, and onward into the dining room, open-concept family room and kitchen. The 2nd story features 3 bedrooms, including the master suite, while the detached guest quarters enjoys an additional bedroom and living space. An entertainer's dream, the ivy-clad terrace extends to a vast backyard, Hearst Castle-inspired pool and rare automobile turntable upon the driveway. Boasting numerous high-end finishes, this home affords residents bespoke contemporary living within a storied locale.

Property Details

MLS#
817002157
Days on Market
9
Year Built
1926
Stories
2
Square Feet
3,660
Lot Size
0.26 Acres
Property Subtype
Single Family
Source of SqFt
Taped
Source of Lot Size
Public Records

Location

State
CA
Area
Pasadena SE (648)
County
Los Angeles

Schools

Elementary
CALL PUSD
Junior High
CALL PUSD
Senior High
CALL PUSD
School District
Pasadena Unified

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Exterior

Lot Acreage
0.26
Garage Spaces
2
Waterfront
No

Pool
Heated - Gas
Patio Features
Patio Open
Tile
Roofing
Spanish Clay Tile
Security
Automatic Gate
Carbon Monoxide Detector(S)
Security System - Owned Or Leased
Smoke Detector

Interior

Kitchen Features
Counter Top
Island
Pantry
Remodeled
Bedroom Features
All Bedrooms Up
Master Suite
Walkincloset
Bathroom Features
Linen Closet
Powder Room
Remodeled
Shower And Tub
Shower Over Tub
Shower Stall
Tile
Bathroom Count
2 Full Baths
1 Half Bath
2 Three Quarter Baths
Interior Features
Basement
Beamed Ceiling(S)
Built-Ins
Cathedral-Vaulted Ceilings
High Ceilings (9 Feet+)
Open Floor Plan
Recessed Lighting
Sump Pump
Additional Rooms
Dining Room
Master Bedroom
Attic
Basement
Family Room
Formal Entry
Garage Apartment
Gym/Exercise
Living Room
Walk In Pantry
Walk-In Closet
Cooking Appliances
Built-Ins
Microwave
Oven
Range
Range Hood
Warmer Oven Drawer
Equip/Appliances
Dishwasher
Dryer
Garbage Disposal
Refrigerator
Washer
Flooring
Hardwood
Stone Tile
Fireplaces
Other
Laundry
Individual Room
Inside

Additional Property Details

Guest House
Yes
Available for Lease
No
Horse Property
No
Maids
No

Style
Spanish
Property Condition
Updated/Remodeled
Lot Description
Automatic Gate
Back Yard
Curbs
Fenced Yard
Front Yard
Landscaped
Lawn
Sidewalks
Storm Drains
Street Lighting
Street Paved
Walk Street
Spa
Heated - Gas
AC/Cooling
Central A/C
Heating
Forced Air
Sewer
In
Connected & Paid
Parking
Garage - Single Door
Garage Is Detached
Other Structural Features
Balcony
High Ceilings (9 Feet+)
Rain Gutters

Pasadena

Pasadena is a lively mix of past and present. Steeped in history, the city manages to honor long-held traditions including the Tournament of Roses Parade while also embracing the future by being one of the major hubs of technology and innovation in Southern California and home to Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology. The city also has deep cultural history anchored by the Pasadena Playhouse and the Norton Simon Museum. 

Real Estate: Pasadena has a wide variety of single family homes for sale as well as condominiums, townhouses and apartments. Real estate can be classic, including many Craftsman, Tudor, and Spanish Revival homes but recent developments have also given the city a modern flair. From the quaint charmers of Bungalow Heaven to massive estate properties along Orange Grove Boulevard, Pasadena real estate truly offers a wide variety of options for any homebuyer.

Community Life: Community life in this area is rich and varied. Tour one of the local historic neighborhoods, stroll around Brookside Park, catch lunch or dinner at one of the many hot new restaurants, or attend a reading at legendary bookstore, Vroman’s. The Rose Bowl Flea Market, held on the second Sunday of each month is a treat for lovers of all sorts of collectibles. Beauty abounds with sites like The Gamble House and Pasadena’s City Hall. Fun for younger set includes Kidspace, one of the top-rated children’s museums in Southern California. Pasadena’s Convention Center also brings a wide variety of exhibits and shows to the area. Old Town provides not only shopping but a multitude of dining and nightlife options all within a few short blocks.

Education: The Pasadena Unified School District encompasses Pasadena, Altadena, and Sierra Madre with 17 elementary schools, five middle schools and four high schools. There are also a number of private and parochial schools in the area. The former campus of Ambassador College is now Maranatha High School, a college preparatory Christian private school. Other private schools include Mayfield Senior School, Chandler School, La Salle, and St. Francis. Other educational opportunities in Pasadena include the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Fuller Theological Seminary, Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, Pacific Oaks College, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena City College, and Los Angeles Music Academy College of Music.

Transportation: Pasadena is served by four major freeways, the most major of which is the Foothill Freeway (210). There are currently six stations for the Los Angeles Metro Gold Line in Pasadena which makes commuting to downtown easier for local residents. Pasadena has many bike routes and there are also several areas with neighborhoods close to local restaurants and shops.

Local Attractions: The Tournament of Roses Parade is the biggest draw for Pasadena bringing thousands of tourists each year who camp out on Colorado Boulevard for the chance to watch the spectacle or attend the game at Rose Bowl stadium. Those who come to the area also enjoy visiting the historic Colorado Street Bridge and historic homes such as Wrigley Mansion and Fenyes Mansion. There are a lot of museums including the Pacific Asia Museum, the Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena Museum of Art, and Armory Center for Arts.

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