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Spectacular Spanish-style seeks $1.35M in Pasadena

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Beautiful inside and out

A living room with pitched ceilings, an archway, a brick fireplace, and wood floors.
The home was built in 1933.
Photos courtesy of Lauren Reichenberg

Every room in this Pasadena Spanish-style is a statement maker.

The show starts in the foyer—where a curving magnesite staircase is inlaid with decorative tiles and lined with a wrought iron railing—and continues in the adjoining living room, which is accented by pitched ceilings with exposed beams, a brick fireplace, and arched entryways.

The kitchen, with its blue cabinets and copper farm sink topped by a rounded window, and the dining room, which opens via French doors to the terraced backyard, don’t take an intermission.

All in all, the pretty 1930s residence measures 1,913 square feet and contains three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Populated with succulents and cacti, the Pasadena property spans 6,729 square feet, enough room for a hot tub, built-in barbecue, and spaces for outdoor entertaining.

Last sold in 2008 for $1.07 million, 450 Cherry Drive is listed with Lauren Reichenberg at Compass at an asking price of $1.349 million.

A spiraling staircase with decorative tiles and wrought iron railings. An arched entryway opens to the living room.
The grand foyer.
The formal dining room features a wall nook and French doors.
A kitchen with blue cabinets, copper hardware, stainless steel stove, and gold tile backsplash. Above the stove, there’s a tile mural of a desert landscape.
The home does not shy away from color.
A bedroom with wood paneled walls painted white and a window with white shutters. A bed is in the center of the room with a white duvet. On the floor is a blue plaid rug.
The bedrooms are bright but cozy.
A bathroom with walls clad in beige, pink, and yellow tile. It opens to a hallway with tile floor.
One of the bathrooms has vintage tile.
In the yard, there’s space for outdoor dining and entertaining.