The Poppy Peak Historic District, located in southwest Pasadena, contains a collection of 30 architecturally significant mid-century modern homes. One of them, named the Wirick Residence, was designed by Calvin Straub of Buff, Straub & Hensman.
Noted architect James G. Pulliam originally designed this circa 1963 minimalist masterpiece as his personal residence. The home remains an exemplary example of his trademark understated style.
With the San Gabriel Mountains as its backdrop, this stunning mid-century modern sits on almost a full acre in Pasadena’s small gated community of North Kinneloa Ranch with an enormous swimmer’s pool and breathtaking 180 degree panoramic views.
An historic residence built in 1927 by local architect Everett Phipps Babcock is up for grabs in Pasadena’s historic condo building La Casa Torre.
The Robert Smith Residence designed by architectural partners Douglas Byles and Eugene Weston III offers the ultimate in California living with visual and physical access to the outdoors from almost every room.
Dear Modernists, this one is calling you.
Master modernists Conrad Buff and Donald Hensman designed a contemporary home in Pasadena full of modernist architectural details.
Traditionalist architect Edward “Ted” Grenzbach may not have been a household name but he was a go-to architect for the rich and famous.
Restored to museum quality perfection, Buff, Straub & Hensman’s Thomson House in Pasadena is up for grabs.
This 1951 midcentury located on a hillside in the San Rafael Hills of Pasadena, near Eagle Rock, comes with all the architectural details your modernist heart desires and a spectacular view.