Restored Fire Station No 2 in Sierra Madre, CA. This single family home is designed as a live/work loft with a roof top outdoor living area. The City decommissioned the building in 2007 and it was converted into a residence. Featured in LUXE Magazine in 2018. The architect Robert Ainsworth designed the building in 1961. He is also the architect of the Pasadena Humane Society in Pasadena, CA. Section F Architects of NYC designed the renovations in 2007. Many original architectural details including the original lettering, doors and lights have been restored. Great light and space with tall 11 foot ceilings and open floor plan: loft bed, built in bookcase, walk in closet, additional storage, and operable skylight. Stainless steel kitchen sink and counter. Large tile shower. 3 Mitsubishi Split air conditioners/heaters with remote. Security system. Stacked washer and dryer. Roof top outdoor space with great view of the Angeles Crest National Forest and the Mount Wilson Hiking Trail. Located 1 mile to the village, 8 miles to Old Pasadena and 14 miles to downtown Los Angeles. Sierra Madre has a wonderful small community feel with quality schools, downtown village, holiday celebrations, and little league. Yet it is located close to all that Los Angeles has to offer.
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