Pasadena’s only Case Study House hits the market
The home is included in the National Register of Historic Places
Architecture fanatics have a new reason to move to Pasadena.
The famous Case Study House No. 10 on San Rafael Avenue has hit the market for $2.99 million, Curbed reported.
The 1947 Pasadena home was part of Arts and Architecture Magazine’s famous case study program, which featured experiments in residential architecture and produced some of the city’s most prestigious homes.
Father-and-son duo Kemper Nomland and Kemper Nomland Jr. designed the four-bedroom, four-bathroom home.
It has a pitched ceiling and an open plan. The 3,425-square-foot estate has a swimming pool, spa and gardens. Patio space surrounds the home on its 15,989-square-foot lot.
The house previously traded for $1.59 million in 2012, when it received a major renovation by Design Vidal, property records show.
Deasy/Penner’s Cynthia and Lauren Luczyski have the listing. [Curbed] – Natalie Hoberman