Centrally located between Pasadena and Arcadia, three-square-mile Sierra Madre is home to serene neighborhoods, lots of green space, and a quaint downtown shopping district. Its annual Wistaria Festival attracts thousands each year to see a 115-year-old purple Chinese wisteria vine, named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest blooming plant and one of the seven horticultural wonders of the world. The photogenic town, which has no traffic signals, appears in films such as Twin Peaks, Ed Wood, and Ocean’s 8. Pioneer Cemetery (1884), Ascension Church (1888), and Greene & Greene’s Jennie Reeve House (1906) house are just a few of the many architectural gems in the area. Lizzie's Trail Inn and Richardson House, both built in the 1890s, serve as public museums.
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 →
By Angela Serratore Altadena | $2.195 Million A Spanish style house built in 1999, with five bedrooms and five bathrooms, on a 0.4-acre lot This house is in La Vina Estates, a gated community at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains. Most of the homes there were built in the late 1990s and early... Keep reading →
Our annual DPP Shred Event is something we look forward to every year as a fun way to connect with clients and help the environment as well. Last weekend, our socially-distanced Shred Event took place at several DPP office locations. DPP staff, agents and their clients gathered as massive paper-shredding trucks arrived at our Pasadena,... Keep reading →
Cocooned in the curve of a lushly wooded cul-de-sac at the base of the Sierra Madre foothills, sits a premier oasis for body and soul. A Zen-like calm suffuses throughout with earthen textures, simple shapes and green views that give a sense of quiet. The vision is contemporary and sophisticated with a newly painted interior... Keep reading →
As Spring fast approaches and we pass the one year mark of COVID-19 changing our daily lives for better or for worse, one thing remains the same: Tax Season and Spring Cleaning. Maybe even more so than ever, folks are itching to be out with the old and in with the new. A new season... Keep reading →