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1119 Huntington DR
SOUTH PASADENA, CA 91030


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Property Remarks

The Huntington Apartment, a pride-of-ownership 8-unit, NON rent-controlled apartment in the highly desirable City of South Pasadena, California. The property is rare and unique due to its superb location and excellent curb appeal on Huntington Drive. It is also located within the Award-Winning South Pasadena School District and less than a mile from Monterey Hills Elementary School, South Pasadena Middle School, and South Pasadena Senior High School. It is within minutes away to Fair Oaks Ave Retail Corridor, South Pasadena shopping district, the Public Library, Metro Rail, and the Farmer's Market. The property has excellent demographics and an average household income of o'$106,171 within a mile radius. This mid-century architecture was built in 1951/1938 and has a center walkway that leads to a fenced swimming pool. It has an o'7,737 sqft of living space and situated on a o'12,269 sqft lot size (R3 zoned). It offers an excellent unit mix with an oversized 4 bedroom+ 3 bathroom, five (5) large 2 bedroom+ 1bathroom, and two (2) large 1 bedroom+ 1bathroom units. Three (3) units have been completely upgraded with laminate wood flooring, granite/quartz kitchen countertops, new kitchen cabinetry, upgraded bathroom with modern-style vanities, and much more. T

Property Details

MLS#
AR17239015MR
Days on Market
33
Year Built
1951

Location

State
CA
County
Los Angeles
Area
South Pasadena

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Listing provided courtesy of Handoko Chen , Growth Investment Group, Inc.


Exterior

Lot Acreage
0
Paved
No
Waterfront
No


Interior

Laundry
Community
Laundry Area

Additional Property Details

Gross Operating Income
$183,796
Total Expense
$61,823
ADA Compliance
No

Community Features
Suburban
Valley

South Pasadena

From its early days as a way station for horse travel between Los Angeles and Pasadena, South Pasadena has grown to be a community highly prized for its role as a quiet enclave surrounded by larger cities. Some think South Pasadena is part of Pasadena, but this small town is its own entity with its own police and fire departments.

Real Estate:  Nicknamed the City of Trees, South Pasadena is replete with tree-lined streets and many older homes rich in classic charm. Craftsman and bungalow styles feature prominently here. There are also some condominiums and apartment structures.

Community Life: Despite its small size, South Pasadena has many parks. One of the most known is Eddie Park. The historic Eddie House and grounds were donated to the City of South Pasadena by the Eddie family and is a beloved local landmark. The Arroyo Seco Park includes walking trails and supports multiple habitat types that are home to native wildlife. The park showcases the history of the area through trailside displays and plant identification markers throughout.

The South Pasadena Farmers’ Market takes place on Thursday near the Metro Gold Line at South Pasadena Station. The Mission West District attracts both locals and visitors with its combination of well-rated local restaurants and charming independent shops.

South Pasadena is the oldest self-builder of floats in the Rose Parade. The all-volunteer organization receives some funding from the local Chamber of Commerce but also raises money each year for the float construction.

Education: The area is served by the South Pasadena Unified School District which is comprised of five schools. There are three elementary schools (Monterey Hills, Marengo, and Arroyo Vista) as well as South Pasadena Middle School, and South Pasadena High School.

Transportation: The Metro Gold Line makes commuting between South Pasadena and other areas very convenient. South Pasadena is also served by the Metro Bus systems. Several years ago the city adopted a bike plan to help provide for creating safe options for bicycle riders of all levels.

Local Attractions: One popular local landmark is the Watering Trough and Wayside Station. It was built in 1906 by architect Norman F. Marsh and designed to impress visitors arriving at the Santa Fe Railway station across the street. The South Pasadena Historical Museum is housed in the former Meridian Iron Works building and shows artifacts and vintage photographs that chronicle the early years of South Pasadena. 

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