By Pauline O’Connor

Stirring up the market in Pasadena this week is a classic post and beam that’s had the same owner since being built in 1959.

Located at 300 Anita Drive in the San Rafael Hills, the two-story residence is described as “a nod to Buff and Hensman” in its listing copy, quite justifiably. Measuring 2,187 square feet, its signature features include tongue-and-groove beamed ceilings, an open floor plan, a slate fireplace, built-in storage and seating, clerestory windows, and the requisite walls of glass.

Along with three bedrooms and two and a half baths, it’s got a spacious lower level family room, an expansive dining patio with picturesque treetop and mountain vistas, and a wooded lot of 8,403 square feet.

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By Jenny Xie

Nestled in the San Rafael Hills of Pasadena, California, the midcentury home at 339 Elmwood Drive radiates tree house vibes. Sited on a wooded hillside with lush, natural views as well as urban vistas, the two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath residence encourages a close relationship with nature while being conveniently located in the city. A second-level deck wraps around the home and descends to an enormous patio that boasts multiple seating areas, a hot tub, and a barbecue area.

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By Jack Flemming

A little more than lumber and nails went into this mid-century tree house.

Perched atop a wooded lot in the San Rafael Hills, the lofty two-bedroom home is available for $749,000.

Vaulted, wood-beamed ceilings hang over the living room, where an alabaster-and-travertine fireplace crawls up the wall. Adjacent is a dining area and kitchen with granite countertops, custom cabinetry, double ovens and a wine refrigerator.

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By Bianca Barragan

Not far from Eagle Rock or Highland Park, this house in Pasadena’s San Rafael Hills neighborhood is in a great location.

With multiple decks and tree-rich surroundings, the two-bedroom, two-bath house, built in 1958, feels a bit like it’s up in a tree, but it’s got enough flat space in the rear yard to keep from feeling cramped.

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By Philip Ferrato

Where: 911 Laguna Road, Pasadena
When: Sunday, October 16th from 2:00PM to 4:00PM
Asking: $1,449,000
What: One of four homes built around 1955 by architect J.W. Putnam in the San Rafael neighborhood of Pasadena, spanning a stream fed by nearby Johnston Lake.

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