Pasadena Homes for Sale
Pasadena, California, is located in Los Angeles County. With a population of about 137,000, it is the ninth largest city in the county and the 180th largest city in the United States. Pasadena is in the San Gabriel Valley and is considered one of the area's primary cultural centers. It is 10 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. Neighboring cities are La Canada Flintridge, South Pasadena, Arcadia, Sierra Madre, San Marino, Glendale, Los Angeles, and the unincorporated area of Altadena. The city covers approximately 22.5 square miles.
Pasadena Homes for Sale and Real EstatePasadena real estate features a wide array of architectural styles but is best known for its homes built in the bungalow style. There are also many fine examples of midcentury modern and Spanish Revival homes throughout the community. Several famous historical estates are located in Pasadena. The Tournament House is the former home of William Wrigley, Jr., of Wrigley's Chewing Gum fame and serves as the headquarters for the city's world famous annual Tournament of Roses Parade. The Gamble House, once the home of James Gamble of Procter & Gamble, is an American Craftsman masterpiece built in 1908 and is now open to the public as a museum. The Bissell House, a four story Victorian home once belonging to the daughter of the Bissell carpet sweeper company, is now a historic bed and breakfast.
Pasadena NeighborhoodsPasadena is divided into many beautiful neighborhoods, each with its own distinctive characteristics. Some of these neighborhoods include:
Pasadena Economy and Employment OpportunitiesThere are more than 100,000 jobs in a wide variety of industries in the city. Many companies have headquarters in Pasadena, including:
Pasadena AttractionsPasadena boasts an abundance of world class cultural attractions, premier shopping destinations, annual special events, points of interest and much more for its residents and visitors. The city is home to the Tournament of Roses Parade, held every year on January 1st. Other attractions that Pasadena offers include:
Pasadena Transportation and CommutingThere are four main freeways that serve Pasadena - I-210, SR 134, SR 710, and SR 110. Pasadena is the northern terminus for the Los Angeles Metro Gold Line light rail, with six stations in the city. Bus service is provided by the Pasadena Area Rapid Transit System, Foothill Transit, LADOT, and Metro Local, Express and Rapid. Amtrak also provides passenger rail service to the area. The nearest airports serving Pasadena are Bob Hope Airport in Burbank and Los Angeles International Airport.
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Dilbeck Real Estate
Dilbeck Real Estate
Sotheby's Int'l Rlty-Pasadena
Crosby Doe Associates Inc.
K2 Real Estate Group
Partners Trust RE Brokerage
Partners Trust Pasadena
Deasy/Penner & Partners
Deasy Penner & Partners
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