Located about 14 miles from Downtown L.A. and directly north of Pasadena, Altadena is an unincorporated area with a high median household income and cozy population of 42,777. Stop in at foodie-friendly AltaEats and shop the top-notch Farmers Market on Wednesdays, featuring Coldwater Canyon Provisions’ famed jams, artisan cheese from Drake Family Farms, and Japanese rice sandwiches from Mama Musubi. Significant architecture in the neighborhood includes the Queen Anne-style Andrew McNally House, ultra modern Beard House, Craftsman-style Keyes Bungalow, brick-covered Pacific Electric Railway Company Substation No. 8, and Italianate and Colonial Revival-style Woodbury-Story House. Altadena’s aptly named Christmas Tree Lane has been a holiday attraction since 1920, and features the oldest large-scale outdoor Christmas lighting venue in the world.
By Angela Serratore Altadena | $995,000 A Mid-Century Modern house built in 1948, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, on a 0.2-acre lot Altadena, at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains just north of Pasadena, has a small-town feel despite its proximity to urban areas. A highlight of the fall and winter months is... Keep reading →
Experience some of the most diverse architectural styles in Southern California for under $1.5 million. This week we have curated a list of our most recent listings in the San Gabriel Valley, an idyllic location where mountains and palm trees beautifully crop quiet neighborhoods. Our featured homes can be found in Pasadena, South Pasadena, Altadena,... Keep reading →
deasypenner podley is excited to announce Joel Lindenfeld as a new agent to our Pasadena family. Joel Lindenfeld’s life has taken him all over the world, personally and professionally, and he has found a way to feel at home wherever he goes. This, along with his entertainment background are great tools to help make anyone... Keep reading →
The dog days of Summer may be behind us, but our listings are hotter than ever! Whether it be a sparkling swimming pool, a rooftop deck or even a fire pit, there’s a little something for every aspiring outdoor entertainer. Take a video tour of a Streamline Moderne stunner with plenty of outdoor patio space... Keep reading →
This 1931 Monterey Colonial Revival is an architectural treasure believed to have been designed by local architects Gentry & Son. The stately home captures the charm and romance of a bygone era, along with updated amenities. Set back from the street for ultimate privacy, the home offers a view of the Altadena Golf course as... Keep reading →