Pasadena, Calif. | $2.189 Million
A midcentury-modern home in-built 1956, with three bedrooms, two full bogs, two half bogs and a swimming pool, on a 0.92-acre lot
John F. Galbraith, an architect who in-built and round Pasadena, designed this home for a pharmacist and his household. The property is in North Kinneloa Ranch, a gated neighborhood named for the developer Abbot Kinney that was subdivided within the 1940s and has 41 homes. It’s within the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, six miles northeast of the middle of downtown Pasadena, with views of the Los Angeles Basin, and two miles northwest of purchasing areas within the Hastings Ranch neighborhood. The homeowners have occupied the house since 1963.
Dimension: 3,567 sq. ft
Worth per sq. foot: $614
Indoors: An aqua door set in a redwood-and-glass entrance opens right into a lobby with stone flooring. Past the lobby, previous a powder room to the correct, are carpeted dwelling and eating rooms divided by a double-faced, ceiling-high Bouquet Canyon stone hearth with a sculptural concrete hood on both aspect. Your complete south aspect of the home is glass, and each rooms have sliding-glass doorways with entry to the pool and enormous patio.
The lounge features a moist bar with bar-top seating. The eating has built-in cabinetry. The open central kitchen consists of redwood cupboards with contrasting white knobs and U-shaped white Formica counter tops. One counter serves as a breakfast bar.
A partial wall with built-in storage divides the eating room from a glass-walled examine that has an adjoining half rest room with a door main out to the pool space. The master suite is on the opposite aspect, with 23 ft of closets, a fire, a built-in desk and direct entry by way of sliding-glass doorways to the pool space. The en suite grasp rest room consists of double sinks in a floating vainness and a walk-in bathe confronted in pink-and-white tile.
The 2 extra bedrooms have a exceptional quantity of storage and share an aqua rest room with twin sinks, a walk-in bathe and a mixed bathe and tub. There may be additionally a laundry room.
Outside area: A grassy yard has borders of flowering vegetation and shrubs. Up a brief path is an orchard planted with citrus and avocado bushes, with mountain, valley (and sometimes ocean) views. The unique storage was enlarged, and a workshop and workplace have been added on one aspect.
Taxes: $27,363 (estimated)
Contact: Jane Workman or Ann Nader, Deasy Penner Podley, 818-406-0483; deasypennerpodley.com
Washington | $2.2 Million
A four-story 1885 brick rowhouse with 5 bedrooms and three and a half bogs, on a 0.04-acre lot
This Victorian, on a tree-lined avenue in Dupont Circle, has unique, unpainted woodwork and lately upgraded HVAC, wiring and lighting. The homeowners turned an English basement right into a one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom condo with a full kitchen and laundry room. Inexperienced areas, retailers and eating places abound. Purple Line and Yellow Line Metro stations are inside 10 and 15 minutes on foot. Ok Avenue is lower than 20 minutes south.
Dimension: 3,355 sq. ft
Worth per sq. foot: $656
Indoors: The parlor ground has excessive ceilings, molding and refinished heart-pine flooring. The lounge to the correct of the doorway features a south-facing bow window formed by the home’s tower, and one among a number of (nonworking) fireplaces. The eating room that follows has two units of French doorways that open to the rear courtyard. Subsequent to it’s a galley kitchen with painted cupboards, granite counter tops, chrome steel home equipment and daylight from two exposures.
The second-floor master bedroom incorporates a bed room with new oak flooring, a bow window and a walk-in closet with mirrored doorways ornamented with etched glass. An hooked up library is fitted out with floor-to-ceiling cupboards on most of its six partitions. The en suite grasp rest room features a glass-enclosed bathe.
Three extra bedrooms with new oak flooring are on the third ground; the bigger one in entrance has the tower’s bow window. The bedrooms share a corridor rest room with a marble-topped vainness and glass-enclosed bathe.
Within the basement condo, a banquette is constructed into the curve of the tower for eating. The open kitchen has chrome steel home equipment, together with an induction vary, and storage behind the backsplash wall. The separate bed room opens to an exterior staircase that rises to the courtyard. The en suite rest room has marble surfaces and a bathe. The condo features a personal avenue entrance in addition to entry from the primary unit.
Outside area: The balcony outdoors the eating room walks all the way down to the enclosed brick courtyard. A door within the rear wall of the courtyard opens to a two-car storage.
Contact: Jennifer Smira, Compass, 202-340-7675; compass.com
Brooklyn, N.Y. | $2.2 Million
A 3-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom triplex in a 1906 barrel-front limestone co-op constructing
The homeowners mixed two items on this north Park Slope constructing to create a three- or four-bedroom condo on three flooring. It’s on Sterling Place, between Seventh Avenue and Flatbush Avenue, two blocks from Prospect Park and really handy to the Seventh Avenue B and Q trains, in addition to the Grand Military Plaza 2 and three trains. The personal Berkeley Carroll College, with enrollment from preschool by way of highschool, is lower than 5 minutes on foot. The block affiliation has received awards for its beautification efforts, together with the flowering planters and tree wells.
Dimension: 1,856 sq. ft
Worth per sq. foot: $1,185
Indoors: The doorway is on the parlor ground, by way of a lobby that leads into a brand new kitchen. The kitchen has a heated ceramic-tile ground, maple cupboards with quartz counter tops and a wall of uncovered brick that runs the size of the inside.
Turning left takes you right into a mixed living-and-dining room that terminates in a trio of street-facing bay home windows. To the correct is a brand new rest room with penny-round-tile flooring and a mixed tub and bathe. Past are two visitor rooms with wide-plank hardwood flooring: The smaller is 11 ft 10 inches by 9 ft four inches; the bigger is 15 ft by 9 ft four inches.
A spiral staircase within the northwest nook of the lounge ascends to a master-bedroom suite that features hardwood flooring, a windowed dressing room that served the homeowners as a house workplace and a brand new rest room confronted in a wide range of tile. The lavatory has a stand-alone tub and a big walk-in bathe.
On the rear of the primary stage, a staircase descends to a 213-square-foot household room or visitor room with an adjoining laundry room and half rest room.
Outside area: Sliding-glass doorways within the lower-level household room open to a paved, south-facing rear patio that’s about 230 sq. ft, and a 150-square-foot aspect yard. A rooftop deck shared by the constructing’s 11 items has furnished seating and eating areas and 180-degree views of New York Harbor and Manhattan. Photovoltaic panels mounted on the big roof offset the constructing’s power prices. The shared basement has a devoted storage space and extra laundry services.
Month-to-month upkeep (together with taxes): $1,742
Contact: Andrea Yarrington or Invoice Yarrington, Corcoran, 718-832-4192; corcoran.com