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Mediterranean-inspired house in Pasadena’s Bungalow Heaven seeks $1.24M

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Built in 2018, the house aims to blend into its historic surroundings

Fronted by a wide, tiled porch.
Photos by Tessa Neustadt, courtesy of Debbie Docherty and Amie Peterson/First Team Real Estate

Pasadena’s Bungalow Heaven neighborhood is a trove of historic homes, and this newly constructed house is built to blend in.

Fronted by a wide, tiled porch, the self-described “Mediterranean-style bungalow” holds three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,850 square feet. Inside, custom plaster walls, arched doorways, and oak floors run throughout. It features modern amenities, including LED lighting, a smart thermostat, and an electric vehicle charger in the detached two-car garage.

In the front and rear yards, green space uses drought-tolerant landscaping and native California plants.

The 7,394-square-foot property is listed for $1.24 million with Debbie Docherty and Amie Peterson of First Team Real Estate.

Plaster walls appear throughout the house.
The oak floors run through the kitchen.
One of the house’s three bedrooms.
Arched doorways everywhere.