With three bedrooms and two and a half baths, this two-story Pasadena mid-century A-frame home offers nearly 2,500 square feet of interior living space. Built in 1956, this home was designed by “Architect to the Stars” Ted Grenzbach, who created custom homes for the likes of Johnny Carson, Rock Hudson, and Frank Sinatra.

Large glass doors and windows allow in ample light, giving the home an open feel. In the large living room area, you’ll find a fireplace, along with high beamed ceilings. The updated kitchen features newer appliances. There is also a study / den area (with its own separate closet) that could be used as a fourth bedroom.

Outdoors you will find a plethora of beautiful, mature Oak and Sycamore trees that provide ample privacy on the half-acre lot and patios – which are ideal for entertaining. An added plus is the detached garage.

Located at 1716 Putney Road in Pasadena, close to shopping, dining, and entertainment venues, this one-of-a-kind residence – which is for sale for the first time since the late 1970s – is listed on the market at $1.485M. Private tours of the home and property can be arranged for interested purchasers.