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Glassy Remodeled Modern in Pasadena Asking $1.6 Million

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This glassy modern in Pasadena's Linda Vista neighborhood was originally designed in 1961 by architects Bill Williams and Salvatore Merendino but, per its listing, has been restored, expanded, and "re-envisioned" by its current owners, "in collaboration with architect Tom Marble and design firm Carciofi and Jinglehyme," into "a home that was informed by it's mid-century modern core but also drew on recent advancements in building materials, conservation techniques and emerging technologies like solar electric power." The 2,318-square-foot residence features three bedrooms, three and one-quarter baths, bamboo, stone, and terrazzo floors, sliding glass walls, two gas fireplaces, marble countertops, a wine cellar, multiple decks and patios, full copper plumbing, a tankless water heater, a 220V electrical system throughout, low-flow landscaping, and expansive mountain and canyon views. Sited on a .33-acre promontory lot on a private road, it's asking $1.595 million.

· 1290 Rancheros Road [Estately]
· 1290 Rancheros Road [Aaroe]