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Mid-Century Modern By Theodore Pletsch in Pas's Lower Arroyo

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We're somewhat annoyed with this listing, because it triggered memories of a certain nightmare-inducing commercial from childhood wherein a tub of margarine provokes some girls having a sleepover into a bizarre argument that culminates with the artificial spread container intoning in a creepy sing-song manner, "Par-kay-ay!" Unfair, we know, so let's bravely sally forth. The Pasadena residence was designed in 1955 by architect Theodore Pletsch. Located on a 9,084 square foot lot in the lower Arroyo, it features, per the description, four bedrooms, four and a half baths, walls of glass, beamed ceilings, a fireplace, custom cabinetry, central heat & air, full copper plumbing, a two-car garage, and last but not least, parquet floors. Last sold in 2000 for $595,000, it's now asking $1.165 million.
· 875 S GRAND Ave [Redfin]