Cool Home Crush – 1981 San Pasqual St, Pasadena

Today’s cool home crush is a stunning Spanish Style Home at 1981 San Pasqual Ave. and it is an achingly beautiful and renovated Spanish Home located in Pasadena’s Cal Tech neighborhood.

Here are the agent’s remarks:

The E. Lawrence Brown House, built in 1928 by noted Architect, Harold J. Bissner, Sr., has been meticulously restored, renovated, and updated with designs by renowned Spanish Colonial Revival Architect, Kevin A. Clark and Landscape Architect, Roland Crighton to modernize its systems and showcase its exquisite details. No expense was spared in restoring this masterpiece which will appeal to a true Spanish Colonial architecture enthusiast! All new systems (plumbing, electrical, HVAC, solar, smart home, lighting, water heater, car charger and more) provide the modern infrastructure for this historic home. The laundry room, kitchen and bathrooms have been remodeled with new Mission Tile, Met-Tec enclosures, CrossWater fixtures, Toto toilets and marble countertops. Sub-zero, Viking and Bosch appliances add to the modern conveniences of the home. Custom designed door hardware complements the new interior doors and new window lever hardware/hinges complete the exterior doors/windows. All walls, ceilings and plaster have been fully restored, resurfaced and repainted. Antique lighting remains true to the period and completes the home. Located in the prestigious Cal Tech Area of Pasadena, this home provides the best of both worlds – a new home in an historic shell.

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