1591 Oakdale St, Pasaden a, CA
Set in the desirable Cal Tech neighborhood of Pasadena, this charming English style home was built in 1935 by architect Frederick Kenndy Jr. Kennedy is best known for designing several prominent churches in Pasadena including Throop Memorial, Trinity Lutheran, and First Baptist. Walking up the path to the charming facade, the front door opens into an entry foyer. An arched doorway opens into the striking living room which features a high beamed ceiling, a center fireplace and a large bay window. Off of the living room rests a sunroom with access to the grassy backyard and patio space which is shaded by beautiful Chinese Elm trees. The dining room sits to the front of the home with a bay window looking out to the lush front yard. The sunny kitchen includes a breakfast area and granite countertops plus an adjacent laundry room. The primary suite is situated at the end of the center hallway and enjoys french doors out to the yard. The primary bathroom is ensuite and includes a dressing area with a sweet built-in vanity. There are two additional bedrooms on the main level, one which is easily convertible to a den/family room. A three quarter bathroom and a powder room are also on the main floor. The second level features two large bedrooms each with interesting niches and sitting areas. These two bedrooms share a full bathroom. Off of the garage, an accordion door opens to a studio designed by Productora . This beautiful space utilizes a skylight and a clever clerestory window above the built in bookshelves to allow light to flow into the curved shower and bathroom. This soothing space functions as an office or a guest room. A beautiful property in an ideal location, this is not one to miss.