When I envision luxury real estate in Pasadena, I picture those beautiful character homes clustered near the Langham Hotel. There were three luxury real estate sales in Pasadena last month (two of which were purchased with cash).
685 Prospect Crescent, built in 1908, designed by architect Frederic Ashley (of Griffith Park Observatory fame) for his family. Over 4300 sq ft on ½ an acre. It sold for the full asking price of $3,200,000 (cash buyer).
837 El Campo was designed in 1989 by the award winning Dutch architect, Johannes Van Tilburg. Sited on nearly an acre the home includes a full guest house, pool, waterfall and spa. It sold for $4,300,000 – $312,000 over asking price.
1555 Orlando was another cash sale. This 5800+ sq ft home is on at 28,000+ sq ft lot. Monterey Colonial estate nestled in the Huntington Library area. This home was also purchased with cash.
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