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Spacious Pasadena post and beam comes with a pool for $2.7M

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Built in 1955, it sits on more than an acre of land

House with pool and spa
The Pasadena house sits on more than an acre of land.
Photos by Shawn Bishop, courtesy Pacific Union

This glassy home was built in 1955 by architect Harold Zook, who designed numerous residences in the area, along with the city’s distinctive Saga Motor Hotel on Colorado Boulevard.

The roomy house holds five bedrooms, three full-size bathrooms, and two half-baths, spread across nearly 4,000 square feet of living space. The open living spaces are punctuated by walls of glass, built-in shelving and wall nooks, and lofty 9-foot ceilings. The step-down living room is equipped with a fireplace and looks out on a garden.

The post and beam residence sits on more than an acre of land at the easternmost edge of the city. It opens to a large wraparound deck with multiple seating spaces and an outdoor kitchen. The property is complete with a pool, spa, a motor court and attached three-car garage, and a grassy lawn that offers views of the neighborhood and the nearby mountains.

Asking price is $2.698 million.

Living room
Living area
Bedroom with walls of glass
Front of house
Outdoor kitchen