Find Modernism architecture in Pasadena’s gated Kinneloa Canyon Estates neighborhood with this spectacular 1966 mid-century home designed by Dwight K. Anderson and Frank L Walton. Vaulted beamed ceilings and full height picture windows reveal expansive views of greater Pasadena and Los Angeles.
The entry opens to a great room formed by a formal living room with original stone fireplace and terrazzo flooring, dining room, family room with a mid-century cone fireplace, and kitchen with separate wet bar. The stylized kitchen is updated with newer renovated cabinets, quartz counters, stove top, tile flooring and generous pantry.
The main floor includes a large bedroom with attached private bathroom and dressing area as well as a second bedroom. Both bedrooms allow access to the spacious exterior upper deck providing gorgeous sunset views. There is also a third bedroom complete with a private patio and separate entrance, another full bath and two-car garage featuring a stunning modern glass door.
Downstairs boasts a large second family room, wet bar and bonus office/exercise room that flow out to the backyard featuring a beautiful turquoise pool and fire pit, perfect for Southern California indoor/outdoor living. Completing the downstairs is a half bath and laundry room. Bamboo and polished concrete floors compliment the rest of the home.
Updated with the utmost care, this home has a newer roof and solar panels, new retaining walls, maintenance free vinyl fencing, modernized cement work around the pool and so much more. Don’t miss out on this mid-century gem.