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  • 1090 Rubio (1)

    1090 Rubio

    This glorious Federal Colonial Revival style home was built in 1912 for the first mayor of Pasadena, Hiram Wadsworth and his wife Ella. The architect was Joseph J. Blick, who designed many of Pasadena’s landmark buildings including the Star News and the Scottish Rite Cathedral. The home was built by William Loesch of Pasadena at a cost of $12,500. The estate covered well over 5 acres, but today it is just under two acres. The house has over 7,000 sq. ft. with 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.

  • 1105 Rubio

    1105 Rubio

    This single-family home, the newest built on Rubio Street in 2001, sits on a half-acre lot and is a combination of contemporary, Spanish, and Mediterranean architecture. The home has 4,560 square feet of living space and includes 4 bedrooms, 4 baths and an extra-large 3-car garage. There have been three owners over the last 22 years.

    The current owners purchased and started to remodel this property in 2018. This was originally part of a larger estate that sits just behind the hedges at the rear of the home.

  • 1163 Rubio (1)

    1163 Rubio

    This beautiful Craftsman-style home was built in 1909 and is the oldest house on Rubio Street. It was designed by Altadena Architect George J. Webster who had designed several fine homes in Altadena, Pasadena, and Sierra Madre. The house was built by Gunnison and May of Pasadena at a cost of $5,400. The original owners were John and Elizabeth Paul. When constructed the house consisted of over 3,000 square feet on a three-quarter acre lot and was later expanded to 3,350 square feet when the previous owners enclosed two porches.

  • 1360 Rubio_edit (2)

    1360 Rubio

    This lovely two-story Spanish Colonial Revival style home was built in 1925 for Stuart G. Barnes, a consulting engineer. The home is approximately 3,850 square feet, has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms and sits on a 1/3-acre lot.

    Its architectural details include a beautiful original Batchelder tile fireplace in the living room with a stunning ivy motif. The living room is filled with bright light from two large picture windows.

  • 1380 Rubio for brochure (1)

    1380 Rubio

    Located in the estates area on one of Altadena's most coveted streets, this home is a glorious mid-century treasure. Enter through an impressive wrought iron gate and peacefully move down the lush driveway to the motor court.

    The inviting front entrance faces west, but upon entering, the “L-shaped" floor plan assures that the home takes full advantage of the magnificent views of the San Gabriel Mountains, the shimmering leaves of years' old trees, and the immense sky.

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2023 Home & Garden Tour Entry and Check-In Map
2023 Home & Garden Tour Entry and Check-In Map
Map of Rubio Street - Home Tour 2023 - Altadena Guild
Map of Rubio Street - Home Tour 2023





The Orlandini Family
Monte Cedro


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Huntington Health
Karen & Scott Twomey


Betsy Behny
Priscilla Gamb
Carole Grant
Marjorie Petersen
Sue and Greg Schwien


Nancy B. Antone
John Babcock
Erin Baker
Chih-Chien Joseph Chang
Casey Cowan & Brian Gale
Larry and Marie Darr

Garnet (continued)

Michele Engemann
Priscilla Gamb
Anna Gharibians
Dale Hansen-Martin
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Day and Charlotte Higuchi
Dorothy Hull
Deborah Jones
Lawrence Jones
Carol Lew
Phyllis Lynes
Jacquie Ochoa-Rosellini
Connie O’Donnell
Judy Opel
Patricia Ostiller
Debi Parkhurst
Terry Perucca
Elizabeth Polenzani
Shelly Torrealba
Lisa Urbina
Jeane Ward
Carol Zoeller


Edward S. Antone
Lorraine Bertonneau
Hattie M. Blanton
Adam Steven Calderon
Family & Friends
Tarnie Fulloon Israelsson
Carmen Romeo Gonzalez
Frank A. Grant III
Herbert C. Hull
Sis Manning
Mary M. McCoy
Lana Strong Moses
Phyllis Murphy
Bill and Judy Opel
Marvin Petersen
Florance Major Thompson
Pat and Paul Trivers

Friends of the Guild

Karen Aguirre
Mary Ann & Bob Albee
Katherine Alexander
Roxana Anson
Judy Armstrong
John Baldeschwieler
Marjorie Barbour
Elaine Bauer
Kathy Berchild
Judy Bolenbaugh & Bobbie Miller
Myra Booker
Evelyn Broking
Pat Bruce
Campagna Roofing
Nancy Carr-Swaim
Wendy Chen
Patricia Cole
Elaine Cutri
Susan & Michael D’Antuono
Diane Davidson Sandy De Marco
Emily Dibblee

Patti Ebbert
Deborah Ellis
Holly Fraser
Mary Frey
Kenneth Grant
Dan Heim
Florence Helmberger
Ken Herman
Carla Houser Partma
Ursula Hyman
Patricia Johnston
Jacqueline de Jong
Susan Kane
Laurie Kinsinger
Dolores & Steve Koutnik
Wende Lee
Alexandra Levine, M.D.
Susan Mac Laughlin
Annamaria Maynard
Erika McMahon Greninger
Stacy Miller
Jeanie Olson
Pasadena Community Foundation

Juliet Pine
Barbara Proctor
Kathy Proulx
Corinne Ramos
Barbara Reagan
Peggy Russell
Molly and Amy Ryan
Susan Salmore
Mary Smeritschnig
Leah Snell
Marge Stevenson
Edmund Sutro
Carlette Thompson
Melissa Toma-Dimacali
Jodi Trivers
Mary Jo Trivers
Diana G. Trujillo
Nancy Vandernoot
Cathy Venegoni
Beth Volpe
Sylvia Wiggins
Jon & Debbie Williams

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