You may know Old Town Pasadena for its excellent shopping or world-class restaurants. Perhaps you know the cultural hotspots like the Norton Simon Museum. But if you don’t know the new hotbed of luxury Old Town Pasadena townhomes, Villas at The Ambassador Gardens, you don’t know the half of it.
Pasadena is the type of place people don’t want to leave, so it’s not surprising that those who are looking to downsize from their large estate or buy a second home in the area are heading right for Villas’ Old Town Pasadena townhomes. Only a few homes remain at this spectacular new community of luxury tri-level townhomes with private elevators. Interested buyers are encouraged to contact a sales executive at email@example.com before they are sold out. Villas is priced from the $2 millions.
This new enclave of upscale townhomes captivates from the first glance, with its highly detailed, Mediterranean-inspired architecture. Inside, the expansive, open-concept designs live like luxurious single-family residences, with private elevators in each unit providing transit from the individual four-car garages to each floor of glorious living space. Three to four bedrooms and three and one-half to four and one-half baths join great rooms and formal dining rooms in 2,904 to 3,717 square feet.
Gourmet island kitchens are a showcase of fine craftsmanship and chef-ready function, with custom, ceiling-height cabinets, Caesarstone countertops, professional Wolf and Asco appliances, and built-in Subzero refrigerators. Each Villas home also boasts inspired outdoor space with private terraces, and select homes also have roof decks with fireplaces.
Villas is set in the heart of Old Town Pasadena amidst the historic Ambassador Gardens, a century-old expanse of majestic natural beauty, with wide lawns, lush flora, meandering walkways, and soothing fountains and streams. Have a seat on a garden bench and gaze out at the iconic landscape for a relaxing escape you can enjoy just outside your door. When you’re done, a walk to One Colorado or Paseo Colorado, and all the great restaurants, shops, and museums that make the city so exciting, are just a few blocks away.