Pasadena Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Craftsman Style, Cozy Home, Steps from Rose Parade, Painstakingly restored, Modern Conveniences
The Bonnie Bungalow is located in a quiet, leafy, close-knit neighborhood of historic, early 20th century bungalow homes, many built during the Arts & Crafts period. Tucked in the deep shade of the California Oaks that line its streets is a little bit of paradise awaiting you. The Bonnie Bungalow is a Craftsman-style house built in 1911 and known as a California bungalow. The architecture reflects a movement away from ornate Victorian sensibilities to simpler structures in harmony with nature through the use of materials such as river rock and redwood shingles, and by including wide verandas and expansive windows. This Bungalow is a historic gem set in the midst of Pasadena.
The Bungalow features three configurations and can be booked separately:
Bonnie Bungalow (3 Bed) - 3 beds, 2 bath, sleeps 8
Bonnie Bungalow (2 Bed) - 2 beds, 1 bath, sleeps 6
Bonnie Studio - 1 bed, 1 bath, sleeps 2
These configurations are achieved by simply blocking off a portion of the house being that the floorplan is conducive to doing so.
The Bonnie Bungalow has all the conveniences of a modern home with the ambiance of a historic get away. 9 foot ceilings and hardwood floors are awaiting you. Every bedroom has a TV and there's a 54inch TV in the living room. You have ATT Uverse to provide entertainment and wireless internet for your use.
You can also access unlimited videos on the internet through the DVD player attached to the TV in the living room. The kitchen features granite countertops, a 1940s Wedgewood gas stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, pots and pans, dishes, Ninja food system, etc. The original door hardware has been refinished down to the door hinges. There are several coffee shops and food/entertainment within walking distance from the Bungalow. The Gold line metro is a 10 minute walk and your gateway to the entire city of Los Angeles. It's possible to stay at the Bungalow and not need a car, but it is recommended you have a car for maximum flexibility.
There are Five major shopping areas in the city: Old Pasadena, One Colorado, Pasadena Playhouse District, Paseo Colorado, South Lake Avenue and Antique Stores and Galleries throughout. Museums and cultural activities in the area include The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, Norton Simon Museum, Descanso Gardens, San Gabriel Mission District, The Arboretum, Pasadena Museum of History, and The Gamble House. There are dozens of hiking trails into the San Gabriel mountains.
Colorado Blvd is the cross street and plays host to the famed Rose Parade. It is approximately a 2 minute walk to Colorado Blvd and Pasadena Community College.
Rose Parade 200 yds Pasadena City College 300 yards Bungalow Heaven 1 mile
Cal Tech 1 mile Fuller Seminary 1.5 miles Pacific Asia Museum 2 miles
Pasadena Playhouse 2 miles The Gamble House 3 miles Rose Bowl 4 miles
JPL 8 miles LA Zoo 12 miles Downtown LA 13 miles
Hollywood Walk of Fame 13 miles Staples Center 14 miles Universal Studios 14 Miles
USC 16 miles Hollywood Bowl 17 miles Grumman’s Chinese Theater 18 miles
Beverly Hills 21 miles UCLA 28 miles Knott's Berry Farm 35 miles
Disneyland 35 miles Six Flags Magic Mountain 38 miles Malibu 48 miles
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed