Downtown Pasadena Real Estate

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Downtown Pasadena Listings

Downtown Pasadena Real Estate Stats April 18, 2024
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Downtown Pasadena Information

The earliest homes in Downtown Pasadena, that still come on the market from time to time, were built between 1898.

The architectural styles of houses for sale in Downtown Pasadena include Cape Cod, Colonial, Contemporary, Cottage, Craftsman, Custom Built, English, Georgian, Mediterranean, Modern, Spanish, Traditional, and Tudor.

When describing Downtown Pasadena homes for sale, Realtors often note the city light, courtyard, hillside, landmark, meadow, mountain, ocean, panoramic, park/greenbelt, peek-a-boo, pond, and valley views. Houses here sit on corner, cul-de-sac, greenbelt, landscaped, level, and rolling slope lots.

Visually, the neighborhood's overall look is defined by homes with stucco, steel, glass, brick, stone, wood, plaster, synthetic, metal, and cement siding. Roof materials commonly used are Spanish tile, clay, composition, shingle, tar/gravel, and tile.

Interior Features

Based on MLS data, home sizes in Downtown Pasadena range from 299 to 3577 square feet, with an overall average of 1281 square feet. A typical residence here is a 3 bedroom / 2 bathroom home.

Some of the interior features found in dwellings here include balconies, recessed lights, open floorplans, high ceilings, living room balconies, crown moldings, built-ins, granite counters, copper plumbing, cathedral ceilings, pantries, wet bars, ceiling fans, living room decks, bars, stone counters, tile counters, trash chutes, intercoms, track lights, brick walls, wiring for sound, beamed ceilings, wiring for data, chair railings, dry bars, phone systems, sunken living rooms, ceramic counters, electronic air cleaners, wainscoting, coffered ceilings, and central vacuum cleaner systems.

Kitchen features could include granite counters, stone counters, tile counters, kitchen islands, quartz counters, corian counters, self-closing cabinet doors, self-closing drawers, pots & pans drawers, walk-in pantries, formica counters, laminate counters, and built-in trash/recycling units.

Heating & Cooling

The heating systems for homes in the neighborhood could include ENERGY STAR qualified equipment, central air, combination, dual cooling systems, fireplaces, floor furnaces, forced air systems, heat pumps, and wall furnaces. Cooling systems could consist of ENERGY STAR qualified equipment, central air, dual cooling systems, heat pumps, and wall/window units.

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