La Casa Torre bungalows were designed by noted architect, Everett Phipps Babcock, who began his career working
with Wallace Neff. Built in 1927, this charming Spanish Revival style building is centered on a romantic courtyard,
enhanced by antique tiles, a hexagonal fountain, and lush landscaping. This beautiful 3-bedroom, 3-bath residence,
with 1733 square feet (per assessor), exudes the stateliness and dignity of a private home , with features that include
a graceful entry of Saltillo tile flooring, a spacious living room with high-beamed ceilings and a handsome fireplace.
In addition to the three bedroom suites,
which offer plentiful closet space, the architectural details include hardwood flooring, arched doorways, stained glass
and a spacious balcony. The unit comes with 2 side-by-side parking spaces in the subterranean garage. This is a wonderful opportunity to live in a historic home, near Pasadena’s bustling business
district and a university environment.
# of Rooms: 8
# of Bedrooms: 3
# of Full Bathrooms: 1
# of Half Bathrooms: 2
Spanish / Mediterranean