Colonial in Pasadena, California with curb appeal. The curve above the entrance door is a yummy eye pleaser, but what kind of little trees are those along the walkway, anyone know? Are they a low-growing berry or flower tree, or a topiary type? I asked Google and the closest I can find is maybe an Iceberg Rose tree.
The charm of paver bricks always attracts and even more so when it’s a whole circle driveway. My hubby likes paver bricks because they are maintenance free as compared to a blacktop driveway that needs sealing.
This Pasadena Colonial home is from a unique site called HomeShootHome in California that lists homes available for shooting TV or Movies to production companies. If I were shooting a movie at this house it would be a love story because of the gazebo or a murder mystery because of all the places to hide in the backyard.
So I have to ask, what kind of movie or TV show would you shoot here? This is actually a Monterey Colonial which means two stories, porches, a hip roof, and adobe walls.
You can see this Colonial home in its entirety here.