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Arroyo View Estates Mid-Century Ranch For Sale

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Highland Park Mid Century home for sale

Arroyo View Estates Mid-Century Ranch

  • For Sale: $958,000
  • 1014 Adelante Avenue
  • Open House: Saturday, Nov. 18 from 2 pm – 4  pm & Sunday, Nov. 19 from 2 pm – 5 pm
The home is revealed by passing through the entry courtyard with it’s Zen garden feel and arriving at the double doors which open into the foyer with its original terrazzo intact.

Bamboo floors and an impressive stone fireplace set the scene for the spacious open living/dining rooms which flow to the garden and rock waterfall fountain. The kitchen is a masterwork in the marriage of restoration and remodeling as the original cabinets glow with the attention of their new walnut stain complementing the quartz counters and tile backsplash. A mudroom/laundry is conveniently located between kitchen and garage as well as a gem of a powder room.

The private wing of the house accommodates the master bedroom with walk-in closet, stunning bathroom and sliding door which frames the garden, along with two roomy bedrooms and a stunningly chic full bath.

Designer touches, conscientious stylistic choices and upgrades, which include Ann Sacks tile, Milgard windows and sliding doors, delight the eye and highlight the indoor-outdoor mid-century-style living today’s buyers are searching for.

More details and photos at 1014Adelante.com

Represented by Jennifer Parker-Stanton, 

Arrow View Estates

The Arroyo View Estates is a subdivision of 250 single family homes built by developer William Gorham between 1960 and 1964 on a former ranch located at the northeast corner of the City of Los Angeles where it meets the border of Pasadena and the Arroyo Seco. The first phase was constructed between 1960 and 1961 and appears to have been in the lower section of the tract map, south of Aratina. Then between 1962 and 1963 the section north of Aratina and towards the east was constructed. Finally, within the first half of 1964 the final homes were completed and a few remaining lots were auctioned off to individual buyers for personal use or speculative building.

The hillside tract was built in two phases by Glendale developer William Gorham. Many of the homes were built in a simple, contemporary ranch-style design. But there were several custom homes built as well as some with Asian and Hollywood Regency details.

Arroyo View Estates was hailed as the home of players from the Dodgers and Rams. According to stories in the L.A. Times which publicized the arrival of av“Sports Star” to Arroyo View Estates. An article from 1964 reads:

“Los Angeles Ram halfback and co-captain Jon Arnett has become the third member of the professional football team to move into a new hillside home at Arroyo View Estates. Arnett, who purchased a four-bedroom, three bath home on three levels with a “studio living room,” joined Larry Sherry of the Dodgers and Norm Sherry of the Mets in the new development.”

But the wide, party-friendly layouts remain and there are still plenty signs of the 1960s – from decorative cement block walls to white globe lights and lamps – to be enjoyed after a drive up Easy Street.

The area retains it’s mid-century roots and peaceful neighborhood quality while being close to Highland Park, Downtown LA, Pasadena and South Pasadena.

**The information above was sourced from several sources and deemed reliable but not guaranteed.



More details and photos at 1014Adelante.com

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