Altadena real estate: Beautiful homes and neighborhoods!

Chris Reisbeck

Chris Reisbeck

When looking at Altadena real estate, you’ll quickly discover that this community is full of quiet, tree-lined neighborhoods and beautiful views. With a backdrop of mountains and an extensive trail network for horse riding, Altadena, California, gives you a “country living” experience within fifteen minutes of Los Angeles.

Today, I can share a Altadena real estate listing to illustrate the lovely homes you might find in the area. Located at 2285 N Windsor Avenue, this home is a bright and cheery three-bedroom, two-bathroom home.

Altadena real estate listing: 2285 N Windsor Avenue

This home has been remodeled, with outstanding results! In addition to the updated exterior, the airy great room is stunning! Lots of natural light and hardwood floors keep this home open and inviting. The home offers all of the modern touches: the kitchen boasts high-end appliances; the master bedroom makes a wonderful retreat with walk-in closet and adjoining bathroom; the master bath features beautiful tile work, and includes both a shower and tub. French doors open up onto a backyard and space that’s perfect for outdoor dining. The home has practical advantages, as well. Systems, such as the AC, electrical and plumbing, have all been updated.

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Buying Altadena real estate: A look at the community

Buying Altadena real estate has the advantage of placing you in a lovely community just minutes from Old Town Pasadena, Jet Propulsion Lab, and the Rose Bowl. Los Angeles, a fifteen-minute commute from Altadena, offers more employment opportunities.

The neighborhoods of Altadena include some interesting historic elements. In 1887, Andrew McNally, a printing magnate from Chicago, and his friend Col. G.G. Green built mansions on what has come to be known as Millionaire’s Row, on Mariposa Street near Santa Rosa Avenue. Newspaper moguls William Armiger Scripps and William Kellogg built just east of Fair Oaks Avenue. The 1934 Beard House, the all-metal house built by well-known architect Richard Neutra for Caltech professor Richard Beard, was inspired by Neutra’s fascination with the machine as icon.. Also noteworthy is a neighborhood in northwest Altadena, designated as an Altadena Heritage Area.

Atadena’s most notable features is, of course, its horse stables and equestrian trails system. Altadena has worked hard to maintain its extensive trails. The Altadena Crest Trail is the “backbone” of Altadena’s trail network, according to AltadenaTrails.org

It runs from Eaton Canyon to Hahamongna, passing through County, Forest Service, conservancy and private lands. From parks to pools to golf courses and swimming pools, Altadena offers a full range of entertainment opportunities. If you’re interested in learning more about Altadena real estate, or this home for sale in particular, don’t hesitate to contact me!

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