Featuring walls of windows, beamed ceilings, and a very enviable infinity pool

This swanky modern residence in Pasadena has received a fair number of updates since its construction in 1952, but with beamed ceilings, walls of glass, and plenty of indoor-outdoor access points, it still sports an unmistakenly midcentury vibe.

The four-bedroom, three-bath residence is situated on a cul de sac above Annandale Country Club, about two miles from the Rose Bowl. Featuring an open design, the 2,192-square-foot residence actually seems a bit larger than that, thanks to several covered decks and patios that extend from the home. The three-quarter-acre lot includes yard space, concrete paths and stairways, terraced gardens, and an impressive infinity pool.

View of living room with beamed ceiling
View of dining room with view to outdoor patio

Last sold in 2011, the home’s current owner has “expanded and reinvented” the place, according to listing material. Recent renovations include upgrades to the bathroom and kitchen. The house has also been equipped with some fancy new tech features, including a video surveillance system and remote pool cover.

The home is pocket listed for $2.3 million.

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