Pasadena's Vista del Arroyo bungalows were built in the twenties and thirties, next to what was then the Vista del-Arroyo hotel, by architects Myron Hunt, Sylvanus Marston, and Garrett Van Pelt. Eventually ownership transferred from the original owners to the hotel, which became a hospital during World War II, according to the VdA website. Then, "In the 1980s, the Federal Government declared the site excess property, and sold it to private owners. The bungalows were neglected and vandalized for more than thirty years, but were restored in 2007-2008." They were all auctioned off in 2007. This is one of the Hunt-designed houses, with a renovation by Moule & Polyzoides. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a library, a dining room, and a yard. Once asking $1.525 million, it's now down to $1.45 million. HOAs are $790 per month.
· Historic 1921 Myron Hunt Flat [deasy/penner]
· Going, Going, Gone: Vista del Arroyo Sold In Auction [Curbed LA]