Casa Panorama, 1930
The mild Southern California climate and Spanish style homes have always been 'una combinacion perfecta'. Here, the 'perfect' part of the equation is realized through thoughtful orientation of the structure on its prized site. 270 degree mountain, canyon and city views can be enjoyed from all public areas, inside or out. With a commanding presence from the street, this California Spanish Revival residence beckons with the promise of warmth and hospitality. Inside, warm woods, vintage tile and period detailing further deliver on that promise. The focal point of the primary living area is a double-sided fireplace featuring original Claycraft tile surround in a Mayan motif. Kitchen and baths are updated and retain original detail and a decidedly vintage feel. Located amongst other architecturally significant homes within the Poppy Peak Historic District, the Southwest Pasadena location is most desirable.