Mandy Moore, the celebrated star of NBC’s hot new series “This Is Us,” just found a new home in Pasadena.
Well, not really new. It’s a mid-century modern home built in 1950 by well-known architect Harold Zook.
Like any self-respecting mid-century modern, this 3,551-square-foot home invites the outdoors in. The walls of windows, in this case, welcome in a sumptuous garden and panoramic mountain vistas.
Set on a single level with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths, the home includes an office that can easily be converted into a fourth bedroom if you have triplets.
Photos by Sean Gordon.
The open floor plan includes formal living and dining rooms that are separated by a fireplace with a stunning copper hood. The large kitchen boasts two islands and a breakfast nook with garden views.
The home’s master retreat features a spa-like bathroom, a walk-in closet, and private access to the backyard, where multiple patios offer outdoor relaxation with a view.
Hat tip to The Los Angeles Times for finding the story.
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