The gracious and Comfortable homes along the east bank of the Arroyo Secco contribute to one of the most beautiful and historic locations in Pasadena. Part of the original Indiana Colony land, this was the first area to be developed in the city. During the late 1880s and early 1890s many large, luxurious, Victorian-era homes were built along Grand Avenue, Orange Grove Boulevard and the connecting side streets. Later, two Greene & Greene-designed homes were added to this prestigious street. From the cul-de-sac at Defenders Park, guests will also walk out onto the Colorado Street Bridge.
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