Galbraith initially designed the home for a pharmacist and his family. While it changed hands in 1963, the property remained in the same family for nearly 60 years before being acquired by Christian Karlsson, the current owner. In the living room, original polished concrete floors merge with redwood siding and floor-to-ceiling glass to form a refined, tasteful aesthetic.  Photo 3 of 16 in A Pristine Pasadena Midcentury Hits the Market at $3.4M

A Pristine Pasadena Midcentury Hits the Market at $3.4M

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Galbraith initially designed the home for a pharmacist and his family. While it changed hands in 1963, the property remained in the same family for nearly 60 years before being acquired by Christian Karlsson, the current owner. In the living room, original polished concrete floors merge with redwood siding and floor-to-ceiling glass to form a refined, tasteful aesthetic.