Eastside Property: Small Highland Park street claims big home prices

Photo from Tech MLS/Redfin

One of Highland Park’s tiniest streets – a barely block-long lane called Pickwick – is home to some of the neighborhood’s priciest real estate. A four-bedroom, Spanish-style Pickwick Street home on 1.6-acres sold in 2009 for $820,000, according to Redfin.  It is the only single-family home in the 90042 Zip Code to have sold for more than $800,000 in the past three years, said Redfin.  But now another Pickwick Street home owner is seeking to break that price barrier with an asking price of  $899,000.

Unlike the $820,000 home, which was built in 1939,  the newly listed home at 6557 Pickwick was built in 2008 and includes about 3,000-square feet of space spread over three floors, with a limestone fireplace, “open-loft style”  living area and “Pasadena-adjacent” location listed among the selling points.  Is this enough to sell a Highland Park home for nearly $900,000?


  1. It is a block away from the most expensive zip code of Pasadena (91105). It will probably sell in the low 8…

  2. This reminds me of the horrible design in Florida. give me a 400,000 dollar house from the 1920’s anyday. Why do people want to move the west side to the east side ???

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