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PASADENA AREA NEIGHBORHOODS

BUNGALOW HEAVEN

Bungalow Heaven is Pasadena’s first Landmark District. While the area features many different architectural styles, it is best known for its abundance of California Bungalows which were built between from 1900 through the 1930’s. Bungalow Heaven is located between Washington Blvd (north) and Orange Grove (South), Lake Avenue (West) and Hill (East)

GARFIELD HEIGHTS

Garfield Heights is Pasadena’s second official Landmark District. It’s an eclectic area of Craftsman bungalows to historic two and four unit apartments. Many of the areas estates were built from the late 19thcentury through the 1920’s.

HISTORIC HIGHLANDS

The Historic Highlands Neighborhood straddles the borders of Pasadena and Altadena, situated between New York Blvd. on the North, Washington Blvd. on the South, Lake Ave. on the West, and Hill Ave. on the East.

SAN RAFAEL

In the 1940’s, a housing shortage in Pasadena led to the development of the San Rafael area of Pasadena.

MADISON HEIGHTS

Madison Heights is located next to the South Lake Avenue District. It features a strong neighborhood association and is known for its annual 4th of July parade and other family oriented activities. The neighborhood was designed in the late 19th century and was largely developed between 1910 and 1917.

OAK KNOLL

Once the site of a sheep ranch owned by Henry Huntington, this neighborhood features many estates which showcase the lovely native oaks growing in the area. Oak Knoll features architecture from the famous Greene & Greene brothers, Sylvanus Marston and Wallace Neff.

OLD PASADENA HISTORIC DISTRICT (OLD TOWN PASADENA)

Old Town is Pasadena’s original business district that began at the intersection of Fair Oaks Avenue and Colorado Boulevard. It features pedestrian-friendly streets, designer boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants.

ORANGE HEIGHTS

Orange Heights features beautiful architecture, terraced yards, tree lined streets and mountain views. It is bounded to the West by Los Robles Avenue, to the East by El Molino Avenue, to the North by Jackson Street, and to the South by Mountain Boulevard.

PROSPECT PARK

Prospect Park is a tiny neighborhood off of Orange Grove and Prospect Boulevard. The area was designated as a housing development in 1906 and showcases a collection of Greene & Greene houses, the Gamble House as well as Frank Lloyd Wright’s La Miniatura.

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