First Offering in 61 Years! In the post-revivalist-era of residential home design during the 1950s, architects, builders, and developers subscribed to three core tenets: cost, efficiency, and use. Stylized prewar designs were replaced with a new vernacular: the traditional, the ranch, and the modern home. Each of these respective styles embodied the changing needs of the nuclear family of Southern California's burgeoning economy, car culture, new consumerism, and, most importantly, new ideas on how to define what it meant to be American during the Cold War. By far the most popular design came in the form of the traditional home - a seemingly egalitarian design that appealed to a broad-base of newly-planted Californians - now dominate the former sites of vast citrus groves. This traditional home is no exception. Conveniently located across from Altadena's Farnsworth Park, the owners have lovingly maintained the property through two generations. Recent upgrades include new and restored hardwood floors, updated bathrooms and kitchen, and new carpeting in the family room. 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, low-maintenance landscaping, 2 car garage.
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