Regular readers of the Los Angeles Times Home section may recognize this jaunty Pasadena property from a 2009 feature. Located on a half-acre plot near the Langham Hotel, the 3,500-square-foot home was built in 1963 by AIA architect John Jack Pugsley, but, per its listing, has had a "top to bottom renovation." The re-done residence features four bedrooms, three baths, hardwood and concrete floors, a gas fireplace, a formal dining room, an office, and a lovely swimming pool and waterfall designed by landscape architect Anthony Exter. It's listed at $2.15 million.
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