Pasadena is the largest and most populated city in Southern California’s San Gabriel Valley and one of the oldest communities in the Los Angeles area.

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A picturesque community with prestigious private schools 

Pasadena is the largest and most populated city in Southern California’s San Gabriel Valley and one of the oldest communities in the Los Angeles area. The city's Mediterranean climate provides residents with pleasant summers and moderate winters, thanks to the protection provided by the adjacent San Gabriel Mountains. Pasadena's real estate offerings include apartment complexes, charming craftsman bungalows, and spacious single-family homes.

Pasadena was founded in 1866 and is home to numerous historical and well-established neighborhoods and residential areas. Bungalow Heaven, a community of 800 modest Craftsman-style homes erected in the early 1900s, is one of several surviving examples of this design in the area. The estate neighborhoods of Pasadena are renowned for their spacious lots, beautiful landscaping, and magnificent homes. Some communities in Pasadena include Linda Vista, Madison Heights, San Rafael, South Arroyo, Bungalow Heaven, Cal Tech, Oak Knoll/Langham, Rose Villa, Garfield Heights, Orange Heights, Brigden Ranch, Kinneloa Mesa, Upper Hastings Ranch, Lower Hastings Ranch, and San Pasqual. 

What to Love

  • Beautiful Craftsman bungalows and stately Victorian mansions
  • Rich history
  • Home to the famous Rose Bowl Stadium
  • Vibrant art and culture scene

Local Lifestyle

Pasadena’s numerous huge houses, historic residences, and high-end real estate attract wealthy individuals who crave a small-town feel while also having access to big-city conveniences. This city is popular with young families who are looking for more room than they’d find in other parts of LA and want immediate access to some of the area’s best public and private schools. 

Pasadena’s central location at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains makes it a popular destination for outdoor lovers and adventurers. Recreation is a major part of life in Pasadena, from exploring the area's many parks and green areas to taking advantage of nearby hiking trails to catching a football game at the Rose Bowl Stadium. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Despite its suburban vibe, Pasadena is home to a bustling shopping and dining district with something for everyone. Historic Old Pasadena is home to over 200 locally-owned shops and major chain stores. Art, architecture, and culture abound in Playhouse Village, a buzzing enclave with a variety of restaurants, record stores, and bookstores.

Pasadena is home to over 600 restaurants, each with its own unique vibe and character. Old Sasoon Bakery serves Middle-Eastern-inspired cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere ideal for spending quality time with friends, family, or a significant other. 

Enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime meal at Osawa, one of the city's hippest eateries. It offers a sleek and stylish design with wood accents, a long bar where you can see master sushi chefs at work, and comfortable booths. 

Located in historic Old Pasadena, the trendy Maestro Restaurant is known for its delicious, traditional Mexican fare. This award-winning restaurant offers a rustic atmosphere with a refined ambiance, creative cocktails, delectable desserts, and both vegan and vegetarian options. 

Other great restaurants in Pasadena include Houston's, Arroyo Chop House, Parkway Grill, The Athenaeum, Nick's Pasadena, Smitty's Grill, Celestino Ristorante & Bar, and Little Flower, among others. 

Things to Do

Attend the iconic Rose Bowl Game, an annual American college football game played on January 1st. Just before the big game, experience one of Pasadena’s most popular events, The Rose Parade. Also called the Tournament of Roses, this spectacular parade features hundreds of floats, marching bands, horse units, and celebrity appearances. 

One of the most popular places for families in Pasadena is the Kidspace Children's Museum. The indoor and outdoor spaces, events, and activities at Kidspace are all geared toward helping children learn and grow by fostering their natural curiosity and love of discovery. You’ll find hands-on activities, music, and more as you explore its spacious center. 

Golfing has never been easier in Pasadena, as the area is home to several exclusive clubs with award-winning courses and top-tier amenities. Annandale Golf Club, The Valley Hunt Club, and Brookside Golf Club offer unforgettable golfing experiences with greens overlooking beautiful views. 

One-hour tours of The Gamble House, a historical landmark created and designed by Charles and Henry Greene, are available four days a week. Longer specialty tours, which focus on the home's architecture and interior design in greater depth, are also available. 

Attend the Rose Bowl Flea Market, one of the world's largest and most famous flea markets. This market hotspot attracts over 2,500 sellers and 20,000 shoppers each weekend. The market is known as "America's Marketplace of Unusual Items" and sells unique goods such as antiques, handmade quilts, clothing, plants, and jewelry.

The Arroyo Seco Trail is a 22-mile-long urban trail that is a must-walk for any Pasadena resident. Starting in the San Gabriel Mountains and ending at the Los Angeles River, it is a beautiful and accessible hiking destination.


Pasadena falls under the Pasadena Unified School District. It is home to several renowned public schools and institutions of higher learning, such as:

  • The California University of Technology (Caltech), home to several Nobel Prize winners
  • La Salle College Preparatory
  • Polytechnic School
  • Pasadena City College
  • Hamilton Elementary School, Grades K-5
  • John Muir High School, Grades 9-12
  • Blair High School, Grades 6-12
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