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Japanese-Inspired Mid-Century in Pasadena by Lynn V. Maudlin

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Spotlighted in David Gebhard and Robert Winter's An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles, this well-preserved Japanese-Craftsman residence near the Langham Huntington Hotel was designed by architect Lynn V. Maudlin in 1962. Per the listing, the property sits on a .39-acre lot with a waterfall and koi pond and contains a three-bedroom, two-bath main house that features walls of glass covered by Shoji screens, pebbled floors, and vaulted beamed ceilings, plus a separate lower guest unit with bedroom, bath, and kitchenette. Last sold in 1997 for $459,000, it's now asking $1.288 million.
·931 Canon Drive [Estately]