If you’re looking for the opportunity to own a Pasadena home that offers space, privacy, and even a bit of fame, then this could very well be it! Featured in the Amazon series, “Transparent,” this bright and spacious 5,000 square foot residence has five bedrooms and five baths.
The home was initially designed in 1957 by Buff, Straub, and Hensman, and it was built for Richard Frank, a famed restauranteur and the founder of Lawry’s Foods. Today the “Frank House” is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The beamed ceilings, combined with the natural light that pours in through the large windows, provide an even more spacious feel. Here you will also find shelving and built-in furniture by master craftsmen like John Kapel and Sam Maloof.
Outside, while private, you’ll find an in-ground swimming pool and multiple patios and decks that are nestled around mature trees – all part of a design configured by noted landscape firm Eckbo, Dean, and Williams.
Located at 919 La Loma Road (in the renown San Rafael Estates), this property is currently listed for sale at $4.995 million. Private tours can be scheduled for interested buyers.