Imagine yourself sipping coffee and gazing at the San Gabriel mountains from your own living room. That’s what you can expect as the new owner of this beautiful Altadena home that was designed by famed LA architects Dinger & Pedersen in the early 1960s.
This 1,944 square foot residence offers four bedrooms and two baths, along with an attached 2-vehicle carport. There are a number of unique amenities here, too, including cork flooring, vaulted beamed ceilings, skylights, wood-paneled walls, and original vintage light fixtures.
You will also find a living room fireplace with a custom-designed screen that was created by noted sculptor David Green, and walls of glass that provide generous natural lighting throughout the home.
When you step outdoors, you will immediately notice the serenity of the surrounding mature trees, along with the mountain views – which can all be enjoyed from the long wooden deck that spans the length of the home’s upper level.
Located on over half an acre at 205 Jaxine Drive – at the foot of the San Gabriel mountains and close to hiking trails, shopping, and other conveniences – this one-of-a-kind property is currently on the market with an asking price of $1.1M.