This Pasadena post and beam with a Barbara Bestor-designed kitchen just hit the market. And it’s some kind of wonderful.
With the San Gabriel Mountains providing a scenic backdrop, this architectural beauty was designed by USC School of Architecture student Thomas A. Dismukes, AIA. As you take the long, hedged for privacy drive leading to a motor court and the entrance, it’s obvious this home is about to exceed your mid-century modern desires.
The interior centers around well-proportioned, open spaces. Volume and light and that enviable indoor-outdoor flow are created by continuous glass walls and double-height clerestory windows.
Entertaining flows from the Barbara Bestor-designed chef’s kitchen to expansive outdoor spaces that include a serene pool, garden, northern mountain views, and an expansive southern deck looking out to views of the city below.
Bedrooms are on their own with a remodeled master wing. And if four bedrooms aren’t enough, there’s a guest wing that provides three additional bedrooms and a bath.
Everything is impeccably restored from the grounds to the structure to enhance and respect the original outstanding architecture, making this home some kind of wonderful. (The Porsches are not included.)
Listing courtesy of Jennifer Parker-Stanton – Deasy Penner & Partners