The property sold in 2016 for $1,282,500, and whatever structure was on the site at the time is now a distant memory. This new home from Premier General Contractors hit the market last year for $6,205,000. The listing dropped in price last month to $5,798,000, and sold in early March for just a tad under the asking price.
Built from the ground up, the completely new space is designed to evoke Pasadena’s 20th-century Mediterranean architecture, and fits right in with many other homes in the area.
The result is a graceful design with arched windows, beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and wrought-iron details. It’s also stuffed with a wealth of modern amenities.
Spanning 4,137 square feet, the four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom layout features formal living and dining rooms. An open kitchen with a large center island and bar seating adjoins a casual eating space. The adjacent family room features a fireplace and flows to a patio outside.
On the second floor—which can be accessed either by stairs or by an elevator—the master suite opens to a private balcony. It also features a large bath with a free-standing tub, as well as a walk-in closet.
The layout provides extensive indoor-outdoor space, with a whopping 2,200 square feet of terraces.
Outside, landscaped grounds offer an outdoor kitchen, large dining and lounging area, as well as a grassy yard, sited on a lot with sycamore and oak treetop vistas.
According to the listing details, the house sits in one of “the city’s premier neighborhoods,” adjacent to Caltech and the grounds of the Huntington Library.
The actor, performance artist, and filmmaker is known for his starring roles in the “Transformers” franchise and in “Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull.” Recently, LaBeouf, 33, wrote and starred in the critically acclaimed film “Honey Boy.”
William Podley with Deasy Penner Podley held the listing.
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