List Price $945,000

3 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms

1,880 sf • 11,725 sf lot

Noted architect Langdon, along with partner Ernest Wilson Jr., were the designers of the nation’s first all-reflective glass building, the CNA Tower, and also the Getty Villa in Malibu. Langdon built this house for himself in 1950 while serving as an assistant architect for USC. Occupying a flat parcel in Pasadena’s desirable San Rafael Hills, his personal residence embodies the very best of mid-century modern function and form.The place hasn’t changed hands in nearly 50 years — and presents much like a museum piece. Other than a few minor exceptions, the home stands today as it was originally built, with an open floor plan and walls of glass that embrace the outdoors.From the swimming pool to the abundance of mature Oak trees, everything here comes together naturally and seamlessly, just the way Langdon intended it. For a private tour of this remarkable property, contact Tracy Do Real Estate.

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