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Historic Altadena Horse/Urban Farm Ranchito

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Open House: Sunday, July 12 | 2 pm – 5 pm

Once upon a time not so long ago, Angelenos and Pasadenans/Altadenans lived in California ranch homes on large lots known as Ranchitos. These family homes often attracted the original ‘urban homesteaders’ – people looking to raise animals, garden and be rusticators in a growing urban area. Those who were especially fortunate to live along the Arroyo Seco corridor in Pasadena and Altadena also owned horses and would often ride out from their homes to nearby trails.

Today, most of these beloved ranchitos have become victims of urban sprawl and mansionization. But in Altadena, one special horse/urban farm ranchito has come on the market for only the third time in its 65 year history. The long time home of Altadena community leaders Paul and Eleanor (Cue) MacKenzie, this rare historic homestead boasts a 3 stall cedar barn with tack room, corral, hitching post, horse trailer parking and greenhouse on an 18,000 square-foot lot with a gorgeous remodeled 3-bedroom, 2-bath, one-story ranch home. With direct riding access to the local trails and the Loma Alta Equestrian Center only a block away, it is no wonder that the MacKenzies rode their horses often in the Tournament of Roses Parade where Eleanor (Cue) MacKenzie was the leader of the Junior Rose Bowl Riders Club.

Learn more about this special property at www.3355Lincoln.com.

Open House: Sunday, July 12 | 2 pm – 5 pm

Contact:
Meredith McKenzie/Podley Properties
(626) 344-9755
[email protected]

Altadena, homes for sale, real estate

Altadena, homes for sale, real estate

Altadena, homes for sale, real estate

Altadena, homes for sale, real estate

Altadena, homes for sale, real estate

Altadena, homes for sale, real estate

Altadena, homes for sale, real estate

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