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More About South Pasadena
Demographics : The top 10% income in South Pasadena, CA is currently $198,305, not including passive investments and other business income.
Weather : The high temperature averages at 77°F year round, with a low-average temperature of 57°F.
Why buy here? The city has lot's of charm, and architecture. It's near Cal Tech, (no high rises) mature lined streets, and the city has lots of barriers to entry- wealth and generational wealth is a thing here. The city itself has year round activities for adults and kids, it has excellent education institutions for children of elementary, middle and high schools- and is really close to one of the best universities on the west coast. It's an excellent place to raise children. The city of South Pasadena, is relatively close to the Rose Bowl- and if you're an SC Alum- this is the place for you. It's close to the main USC campus, and within 30 minute driving distance to downtown Los Angeles, it's centralized- and has access to major employers- and highways- most importantly, it's a safe city to drive into late at night- whether your an chief financial executive or a doctoral student finishing your Ph.D in Quantum Physics at Cal-Tech, it's one of the safest cities to live in, while residing in Southern California. It's five to ten minutes from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Cal Tech (California Institute of Technology).
Another 3 main reasons to buy in South Pasadena (1) Craftsman Style homes. These homes typically retain more value than homes that are not. These homes for the most part, have ton's of character. They could be renovated to the original glory, and do these homes fetch a pretty dollar. (2) The city feels like a good old small town feel; however it has access to high end luxury stores, and access to major employers, and major health care institutions; small town feel but with a large presence of technology and closeness to high end restaurants, bars, and nitelife if it's needed once in a while. (3) Gorgeous attractions to take the kids or the puppies for stroll are everywhere, the Arlington Garden is nearby, the Japanese Garden, the Arroyo Seco Golf Course is nearby, you hav the South Pasadena Nature Reserve, Alhambra Park, the Cawston Ostrich Farm, and the Old Mill Foundation. and lastly, the Kidspace Childrens' Museum, and next to that, the Rose Bowl- which has everything from Mud Runs, to Spartan Races, to Triathlons, National Soccer Games, College Football Games- and ton's of over events. This town is really active- on a morning drive you'll see a mom or grandmother walking the kids to school, or a young mom running with a stroller, and a cross country team of 20- 30 college-age women training and running as a group in cadence, preparing for the next track and field event,
South Pasadena has every store that you can think of, including large organic stores such as WholeFoods, Trader Joes, Albertsons, VONS, and it will have a lot of mom and pop owns business ranging from clothing boutiques, art supply stores, to Banana Republic, Patagonia, The Red Shoes, Nordstroms, and ton's of others.
South Pasadena is the perfect mix of old- meets new. Wether if you're buying or selling, the population here is always wanting to have an old town feel with new luxury amenities.
Meet Huntington Memorial Hospital, over 600 beds, it's affiliated with USC Keck School of Medicine. Total revenues were $3.3B. This is an ideal and world renowned hospital for treating patients facing epilepsy, prostate cancer, robotic and minimally invasive and bariatric surgery. This is the only hospital with a trauma center, and medevac, and it's also one of the only pediatric intensive care units and neonatal intensive care unit in San Gabriel Valley. Only, one of 13 hospitals, this is designated as a level II trauma hospital in Los Angeles County. Just last year, in 2020- HMH signed an agreement to join the Cedars-Sinai Health System. This is the best of the best.
If you look hard enough, you'll find beauty everywhere in this town.
Here’s you’ll find the best of both worlds, new luxury stores to local mom and pop owned stores. Please support your local small business owners!
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