Via Curbed LA: Indoor and outdoor living styles come together in this modern home in the Poppy Peak area of Pasadena. Decks that run alongside the house provide a spacious outdoor area on each floor where incredible views of the city skyline and the San Gabriel Mountains can be viewed. The 1966 abode, built by Pulliam, Zimmerman and Matthews, has lots of Pasadena spirit--Mortimer Matthews of the firm also acted as mayor of the city in the 1970s--and is offered in excellent condition. According to the official listing, "the plan is simple and familiar," but walls of glass provide excellent light because the "light-filled living spaces are lofted among the treetops."
The treetop home has 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and a wine cellar. There is a 400 square foot studio or workspace area enclosed outdoors and the official listing states that the workspace "offers expansion potential within the original footprint."