Modernist tour de force. Circa 1963, designed by James G. Pulliam
Modernist tour de force. Circa 1963, designed by James G. Pulliam FAIA noted architect whose understated style helped shape mid-century modernism. James G. Pulliam’s career began by working in the offices of Richard Neutra, one of Southern California’s most renowned architects. This stunning floating glass box design is set in the Linda Vista hills of Pasadena, at the end of a cul-de-sac surrounded by verdant, mature trees, and unparalleled privacy.
Amazing views of the San Gabriel Mountains provide a backdrop for this highly detailed custom home. Originally designed as a personal residence for Mr. Pulliam from 1963-1978. Unrivaled, iconic features include: a jaw-dropping 2-story foyer entrance with floating staircase, a museum-worthy center hallway cements an impeccable eyeline, expansive living room with terrazzo tiled fireplace serves as a grand centerpiece, walls of glass, huge swimming pool, and sprawling grounds.
Four spacious bedrooms each with a serene view of greenery, three-and-a-half stylish and updated bathrooms. Meticulously manicured grounds, extensive system updates. A minimalist masterpiece. This defining piece of architecture is like none other.
1490 El Mirador Drive, Pasadena, CA 91103