South Pasadena urban architectural live-work loft with many upgrades. Spacious, bright, first-floor corner unit with floor to ceiling windows and street access. Lots of natural light and high-ceilings. Upgrades include wide plank Siberian Oak wood floors throughout, a cook’s kitchen with Viking Professional appliances. Vintage and Designer light fixtures, brand new marble bathroom. His and Her separate closets, outdoor patio with easy access to large green space. South Pasadena Award-winning school district. Easy access to all that South Pasadena, Highland Park, and Pasadena have to offer, and minutes to Downtown LA. Close to 2 metro stations and the South Pasadena Nature Park. The Ostrich Farm is a South Pasadena Cultural Landmark. Opened in 1886, it was the first ostrich farm in the US, and was a popular tourist attraction from 1896 to 1935. It was developed in 2006 as an adaptive reuse project as live-work lofts. Most of the original brick structure of the factory and store remains today.
Our clients, the Sellers, both designers created a stunning space, both with the improvements they made, as well as the decor they hand-picked especially for the space. The Buyers so loved the space and its decor, they purchased not only the loft, but all of its contents.The Sellers were delighted to move to a home with a yard that they look forward to renovating and finding new pieces suited for their new space! The Buyers were happy to be able to move right in and have everything in its place and immediately feel at home. The home was the Los Angeles Times Home of the Day.
Erbe + Blackham represented seller