By Elijah Chiland

This extraordinary post and beam residence in Pasadena was built in 1957 and remains in great enough shape that the city honored it with a preservation award in 2012.

Designed by the architectural firm of Conrad Buff, Calvin Straub, and Donald Hensman, the house rises two stories and features walls of glass throughout the double-height living area. It’s got three bedrooms and three bathrooms spread across 1,885 square feet of living space.

Other features include beamed ceilings, built-in shelving and cabinetry, glass doors, and a handsome brick fireplace in the living room. The house has also recently been updated with new plumbing, electrical, and climate control; and the kitchen has been equipped with new appliances, though it retains plenty of midcentury style.

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