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Properties of Pasadena Heritage

Properties of Pasadena Heritage

Welcome to Paradise.

Pasadena Heritage was incorporated in 1977 as a 501(c) (3) non-profit historic preservation organization. Since inception, we have grown from a grass-roots group of concerned citizens to the second largest preservation organization in the state. Our programs directly benefit the City of Pasadena and attract a broad regional audience. Pasadena Heritage holds more than 80 historic preservation easements (the largest easement program west of the Mississippi), and has a revolving Preservation Fund to assist with hands-on preservation projects. We are best known for the preservation of the Colorado Street Bridge and Old Pasadena, the commercially successful revitalization of the original downtown. Major focuses of the organization in the past two years have been working with the City to update Land-Use Element of the General Plan, mansionization and creating single-family residential design standards, and historic homes along the Caltrans 710 corridor.

c. 1924
  • San Francisco, California
  • $2,498,000

This spacious, gracious CoOp on the quiet SW corner at the Capo Di Monte is a safe & elegant city home featuring GG Bridge, City + Bay Bridge views. Combine […]

c. 1952
  • Palm Springs, California
  • $3,500,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Tradition with a Rebellious streak. Tucked away in the Historic Tennis Club, this fascinating and fabulous Moroccan estate is hidden away from the nearby bustle […]

c. 1915
  • Glendora, California
  • $1,798,000

Back on the Market after being on hold. Price Improvement! Own a piece of history! This 1915 Craftsman estate set on a sprawling 3.7 acres is a fabulous opportunity to […]

c. 1966
  • Palm Springs, California
  • $4,200,000

WELCOME HOME to the most spectacular iconic mid-century estate in Palm Springs designed by modernist architect Howard Lapham located in the historic Movie Colony. The sprawling one-level 9,445 sq.ft. residence […]

c. 1923
  • Los Angeles, California
  • $4,595,000

So timeless, the house was used as a set in the new “Perry Mason” on HBO! Leading L.A. builder from the 1920s, Luther T. Mayo, applied his best ideas when […]

c. 1929
  • Long Beach, California
  • $3,500,000

A majestic Monterey Villa designed by renowned architect Kirtland Cutter circa the 1920’s exquisitely renovated in 2020. Prestigiously set on a 1/2 acre estate lot in Virginia Country Club, boasting […]

c. 1925
  • Orange, California
  • $1,349,900

THIS IS THE MOST UPGRADED HISTORIC HOME YOU WILL SEE IN OLD TOWNE ORANGE! THIS 1925 CRAFTSMAN BUNGALOW, LOCATED IN THE HEART OF OLD TOWNE, JUST A FEW BLOCKS FROM […]

c. 1954
  • Glendale, California
  • $1,389,000

Visit the Virtual Tour here! Clair Philip Earl, AIA, The Allan F. Daily Residence, 1954. Our milieu has changed and our narrative of home, work, and school has shifted from […]

c. 1918
  • Fremont, California
  • $3,288,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Originally built by John M. Horner, a key figure in early history of San Francisco and East Bay, in the early 1850s. The Horner House […]

c. 1918
  • Los Angeles, California
  • $2,295,000

Legend has it that original Hollywood Royalty Fatty Arbuckle began construction on this custom-built masterpiece in 1910 and spent the next several years importing construction materials from Europe while meticulously […]

c. 1898
  • Pasadena, California
  • $499,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! This studio was meticulously restored in 2005, with revived original woodwork that glows with the period lighting, glazed original concrete floors, hexagonal tile floors and […]

With the perfect blend of old-world style and modern comforts, this one is for anyone who appreciates a home with a story and character. Built by tobacco grower JD Culp […]

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MATTHEW BERKLEY
deasy penner podley

matt (at) berkleyarchitectural (dot) com
(626) 665-3699

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