Pasadena Homes & Real Estate

Browse today's new homes for sale and real estate in Pasadena below! Pasadena, California, known as the "City of Roses," is located near Los Angeles in the San Fernando Valley. The community Pasadena has more than 140,000 residents living here and offers an array of real estate opportunities that include homes designed and built during the American Arts & Crafts movement. The city has an ideal location that's close to airports, major routes, and the many amenities of Los Angeles County, including outdoor recreation via nearby regional and state parks. Discover the Pasadena community and its distinct neighborhoods, from Old Town to Madison Heights, for residences that range from single-family homes to condominiums and townhomes. To learn more about properties available in Pasadena, California or to set up a private home showing, contact your local Los Angeles area real estate professionals today. Read more about Pasadena real estate.

Homes For Sale in Pasadena, CA

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Pasadena Real Estate Market

When buyers seek to purchase real estate in the Pasadena, California housing market, they'll find the median listing price is in the upper $900's for single-family houses, while home prices for condominium properties run from the upper $300's to the low $800's and higher. On average, single-family homes of all architectural designs and sizes range from the mid $500's to more than $11 million. Choose from Craftsman homes in neighborhoods like the historic Highlands and bungalows or apartments in Garfield Heights. Looking to buy a home in a National Register or Landmark Historic District? Pasadena has more than two dozen.

While Pasadena neighborhoods are known for their distinctive Craftsman homes, other architectural styles can be found on the market as well. The community boasts beautiful Victorians, quaint cottages, sleek contemporary modern constructions, and both Prairie- and Revival-style architecture. Famous architects that have designed homes in Pasadena include Charles and Henry Greene, designers of the historic Gamble House.

Pasadena Community Amenities

Community amenities in Pasadena are numerous, from spacious city parks to nearby hiking trails, golf courses, museums, entertainment venues, and places to shop and dine. The who tour the area will discover Old Town, the city’s original business district is a pedestrian-friendly area with restaurants, cafes, and boutique shopping. Old Town also is home to the Norton Simon Museum and the Pasadena City Hall. Pasadena also is home to the Huntington Library, the Tournament of Roses Parade, and the Rose Bowl Stadium. There are 25 parks and gardens including the sprawling Villa-Parke on East Villa Street and the Vina Vieja Park on East Orange Boulevard that has designated dog areas.

Residents living in Pasadena enjoy easy access to Interstate 5 and Interstates 210/Foothill Freeway and 710 run through the city. It’s about 12 miles to downtown Burbank and 16 miles to the Bob Hope Airport (BUR) located in Burbank. The Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is approximately 30 miles from Pasadena. The Eaton Canyon Falls are north of the city and a popular destination for hikers.

Pasadena Neighborhood Highlights

  • Median residential listing prices in the upper $900’s
  • More than a dozen historical districts found within the community
  • Must-see Craftsman homes and Revival styles
  • Home of the Rose Bowl and Tournament of Roses Parade
  • Easy access to Los Angeles, Burbank, and Glendale
  • Visit Old Town for shopping, dining, arts, cultural, and entertainment venues
  • Home to the California Institute of Technology

Pasadena School Information

The California Institute of Technology, known as Caltech, is located between Del Mar and California Boulevards in Pasadena. The Pasadena City College is northeast of Caltech off Historic Route 66. Resident living in Pasadena with school age children have access to the public schools of the Pasadena Unified School District. The University of Southern California is 14 miles from the heart of Pasadena.

Look to the community of Pasadena, California for classic Craftsman architecture and real estate options that include single-family homes plus condominium and townhome properties on the market. The city features multiple historic districts, a range of shopping and dining choices, and diverse arts and entertainment venues. Pasadena offers homebuyers a city in Los Angeles County that’s central to urban and outdoor recreation, airports, universities, and the best of Southern California.

Pasadena Real Estate Agents

Interested in the purchase of a Pasadena home? Let our Los Angeles area real estate professionals help you through the purchase of your next property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current Pasadena residence. As local real estate agents, we're experts on the market dynamics unique to the Pasadena real estate market. We'll get to work for you today!

Contact The DOMO Group to learn more about buyer or seller representation. Planning to sell your Pasadena house? Contact us to learn more about the possible resale value of your Pasadena property!

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