Highland Park Bungalow

Built in 1923

Approximately 1,400 Square Feet

3 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | Wine Cellar | River Rock Basement 

The original structure at 971 San Pascual began with an 1880's church that was moved from across the street; from what is now San Pascual Park.   John Pfaught, a builder with the Pasadena architect/builders Greene & Greene used the church as the starting point for the California Bungalow that would become his home.  

The utilitarian kitchen, Velux skylights, custom built closets, double hung windows, the floating steel bed frame in the guest bedroom, the pitched ceiling,  and the garden views from all sides of the home are examples of what make the home an inspired place to live, work and relax.

Originally it was a stand alone single family home with three bedrooms and a bathroom. The current owner has added on an additional 1,400 square feet to create additional bedrooms, bathrooms, commercial kitchen and loft/studio. The addition was intended to perform as flexible space that could be incorporated with the Highland Park Bungalow or be subdivided in a variety of ways for creative purposes.  The addition connects the Highland Park Bungalow with The Cloud.

Highland Park Bungalow

A twenty-five year labor of love, the original home has been completely restored and expanded.

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