1305 S Oak Knoll Ave Pasadena CA 91106
$3,100,000 | 5 BD | 1 BA | 3440 SQFT
Reimagined Contemporary Design in Prestigious Pasadena Neighborhood Newly completed! A rare find nestled on coveted Oak Knoll Ave is set back from the street with a circular drive.
This spacious retreat features stellar European finishes and indoor-outdoor flow offering abundant natural light with sliding doors by LaCantina, windows by Kolbe and custom white oak wide plank flooring. The sleek kitchen designed by Brownlow+Chen is imported from Italy, appointed with Miele appliances and opens to the dramatic living and dining areas. The master bedroom boasts walk-in closet and a luxurious bath with dual sinks and walk-in shower. Awe-inspiring views from SW facing bedrooms with en suite baths. 3 HVAC zones. Finished basement. Large backyard patio surrounded by mature trees. Room for pool. Detached office or guest bedroom. A short walk to 5-Star Langham Huntington and Lacy Park. Near Caltech and top-rated schools.
Community Explore Pasadena Real Estate
Pasadena is a major economic, cultural, residential, and recreational center with a flourishing business district. With troves of historic homes in essentially every style popular over the last century, Pasadena truly is a treasure. The City of Roses’ charm lies in its rich and historical past as it is home to the world famous Rose Parade and Rose Bowl, attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists each year to Old Town Pasadena, spanning 21 blocks of restaurants, upscale stores, outlets, cafes, bars, and nightclubs.
The nightlife does not stop there – The Pasadena Playhouse, The Civic Auditorium, and various comedy clubs are renowned throughout Los Angeles. Not to mention, Pasadena’s proximity to major business centers continues to draw in prospective buyers.
Continuing to preserve its original appeal and architectural character, William Wrigley Jr.’s sumptuous estate was offered to Pasadena in 1958 under the condition that the home serves as the Rose Parade’s permanent headquarters. The stately Tournament House still stands today as such. Among other historically significant estates is the Gamble House, a California and National Historical Landmark.
- Old Pasadena
- Rose Bowl Stadium
- Brookside Golf & Country Club
- Lunasia Dim Sum House
- White Horse Lounge
- Afters Ice Cream
- Gus's BBQ
- Bodega Wine Bar
- Norton Simon Museum
- Annandale Golf Club
- The Maxwell House
- California Art Club
- The Gamble House
- Armory Center For the Arts
- The Blind Donkey
- The Rose