A mid-century fashionable home in Pasadena designed by the late Don Kubly, a former president of ArtCenter College or university of Design, is on the current market for the to start with time in its 67-yr record.
The 2,156-sq.-foot residence at 215 La Vereda Rd. is detailed for the initially time since it was created in 1965, the Pasadena Star-News described, with an inquiring price of $3 million.
Kubly and his spouse, Sally, commissioned modernist architect Craig Ellwood to structure the article-and-beam home in wooden and glass.
The Kublys, pleased with Ellwood, then served seek the services of him to structure the Art Center’s hillside campus in Pasadena, in accordance to the listing. It opened in 1976 and was specified a community historic landmark by Pasadena.
The house drew raves of its very own.
“Ellwood rendered a transparent horizontal box and elevated it like a pavilion amidst the significant gum and oak trees shading the internet site,” in accordance to the listing.
Don Kubly died in 2011 at 93. Sally Kubly died final month at 96.
Their property, constructed in a community where by several Circumstance Research architects made houses, has 4 bedrooms, two Jack-and-Jill bathrooms and an open up ground strategy with wood floors and expansive floor-to-ceiling glass.
Sliding walls can open or shut the kitchen to the dining place. There is a backyard deck and swimming pool, all on practically two-thirds of an acre.
John Jacob Matthes of Crosby Doe Associates holds the listing.
[Pasadena Star-News] – Dana Bartholomew