The Bungalow Pasadena is one of six historic, private residences, in what was commonly built as a bungalow court in the early 1900’s. Tucked away in the center of Pasadena, it is tranquil and quiet, but just minutes from everything and anything in the city.
Up the path, and behind the rosemary, is the The Bungalow. Easy access gets you into the front room, with a pitched high ceiling and the big sky from Eugene Boudin’s painting, Low Tide. A comfortable loveseat, cozy fireplace, flat screen TV, large Toa desk, and wifi, welcomes you. A ladder leaning against the wall can be pulled out, to go up into the sleeping loft, which has two twin beds. The kitchen is stocked with dishes, pots and pans, utensils, and includes a stove, oven, microwave, coffee machine, toaster and refrigerator, as well as a craftsman dining table. You’ve got everything you need to cook or bake. The bedroom has a queen bed, ceiling fan, and closet with dresser. In the bedroom is the bathroom, with a stand up shower, large vanity and plenty of shelving. Off the kitchen and under the bougainvillea and sunsail, is the shaded and secluded patio; it is a peaceful setting to eat, work, read or talk. On the back porch is a washer and dryer. The butterfly garden includes milkweed, lavender, orange trees, olive trees, rosemary, and drought tolerant plants. The Bungalow Pasadena is a retreat in the heart of the city. It’s your home away from home.
1 Bedroom, 1 Loft, 1 Bath, Sleep 4