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Pasadena Lofts

$2,800.00 Pasadena Lofts - Studios
Location: Pasadena, CA 91107
Available 9/1/17
Unfurnished, Not Specified, Loft, Will Consider Pet, Loft, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood Floors, 2-car Parking Included, wheelchair accessible, quiet neighborhood , refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, patio, controlled access building, air conditioner, central air, central heat, washer and dryer hookups, washer and dryer in unit, beautiful loft now available. approx. 1,700 sq. foot loft with skylight and new double pane windows filling studio with light off enclosed garden courtyard. Heating/air conditioning. On site parking Bathroom with 6' clawfoot bathtub, walk in shower and laundry room with washer/ dryer Kitchen with new refrigerator, dishwasher, maple cabinets and granite counters 2 separate rooms to be used as bedrooms or office areas. Freeway close. 1/4 mile to two Goldline stops. Close to many local amenities. Very quiet complex., Paid water & trash & gardener, 1,700 sqft $2,800.00 , 2800 deposit,
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About Pasadena
Pasadena lies northeast of Los Angeles. Its history dates back to the 1800's when it was a tourist destination along several of America's railways. Eventually, the city came to host the Rose Parade, one of many Southern-California-hosted events in the 1890's designed to spur population growth and to showcase the area's utopian climate in the winter. The Rose Parade and the Rose Bowl, a college football game, still take place in Pasadena each January, and the city's rich history still reflects on its character today.

Old Town Pasadena, originally a business district, is now a popular cultural and commercial destination. It boasts restaurants, shops, theaters, and pubs, all among the picturesque buildings of a well-loved, California-style 'Ye Olde Towne' that was meticulously revitalized in the 1980's by a historic commission overseeing everything from architectural style to paint color pallets.

There is some diversity to the housing options in Pasadena—many urban-ish rental units, a few smaller houses—but most of its residences trend toward relatively upscale single-family homes; on the high end, there are many gorgeous, historic houses. Most areas of Pasadena are very bikeable, some are reasonably walkable, and in Old Town, there is a large train station that connects directly to Downtown LA. Primary arteries: the 134, 210, 110, and 710 freeways.