1267 Boston St was home to Gifford Myers, the prolific Pasadena-bred/Altadena-based ceramicist and sculptor known for his surrealism and wit. His 1922 English cottage reflects an artist's spirit, with floods of natural light and warmth from every angle. The home maintains much of its original details and charm while the opened up layout suits a more contemporary lifestyle. Downstairs you'll find two generously sized bedrooms with ample closet space, a breakfast nook that looks out onto the yard, and a spacious sunroom--perfect for a studio--that opens up to the backyard and to a bright front patio. Upstairs, is a stunning loft that spans over 1100 sq ft with high ceilings, exposed beams, and both north-and-south-facing balconies. 1267 Boston St is situated on a peaceful block nearby the Altadena Country Club, with copious amounts of outdoor space, an inspiring energy, and views of the San Gabriel Mountains.
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Listing information last updated on March 30th, 2020 at 10:01am PDT.