Hot Property | Vintage Pasadena
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Vintage SoCal | Pasadena’s past and present overlap at this Shingle-style home

Hot Property | Vintage Pasadena
The Shingle-style residence in Pasadena was built in 1894, just eight years after the city was incorporated.  (Kevin Edge)
Hot Property | Vintage Pasadena

Today, the historic house is an example of thoughtfully preserved original architecture enriched with modern design improvements.

 (Kevin Edge)
Hot Property | Vintage Pasadena

 Formal rooms open to a rear flagstone patio and gardens, connecting indoor and outdoor spaces.

 (Kevin Edge)
Hot Property | Vintage Pasadena

Multi-paned casement, leaded-glass and clerestory windows fill the rooms with light. Details include oak flooring and built-ins.

 (Kevin Edge)
Hot Property | Vintage Pasadena

The original owners were investment banker John Earle Jardine and his wife, Mary.

 (Kevin Edge)
Hot Property | Vintage Pasadena

The center-island kitchen and butler’s pantry have been updated.

 (Kevin Edge)
Hot Property | Vintage Pasadena

A staircase leads to the second floor, which has four bedrooms. The third story has two additional bedrooms. There are a total of seven bathrooms.

 (Kevin Edge)
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