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One-bedroom condo in Pasadena’s historic Castle Green asking $525K

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The fourth-floor unit comes with two decorative fireplaces and views of the San Gabriel mountains

Built in 1898, the Spanish-Moorish Castle is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Old Town Pasadena’s grandest landmark, Castle Green was designed in the 1890s by the man known back then as “the millionaire’s architect,” Frederick L. Roehrig. Originally a hotel annex, the building, located at 99 South Raymond Avenue next to Central Park, was converted to private residences in the 1920s.

Newly up for grabs in the historic Spanish-Moorish Colonial structure is a one-bedroom, two bathroom unit on the fourth floor. Measuring 745 square feet, it features polished concrete floors, lofty ceilings, two decorative fireplaces, French doors, two wrought iron balconies, and an updated kitchen with quartz countertops.

The condo also comes with access to the building’s lavish Turkish and Moorish salons, the Palm Court, and the rooftop lounge. It’s listed with an asking price of $525,000. HOA dues (which cover building and grounds maintenance, 24-hour concierge and elevator service, water, and utilities) are $557 per month.

A set of French doors in the living room open to the balcony.
There are two decorative fireplaces.
The kitchen has been updated with quartz countertops and custom cabinetry.
The bathrooms are lined with white subway tile.
A glimpse of Castle Green’s Grand Salon
Also on the ground floor is the wood-paneled Moorish Room.