New Construction

Because of the close work relationships we have with all the Builders, we help a lot of families buy new. It doesn’t cost you any more to be represented and it can often save you money when your agent knows what Builders will and won’t do.

It is imperative that you view any new construction with Me the 1st time so that you can be registered properly with the Builder as having representation.

Below are the New Construction projects currently available and coming soon:

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Pasadena Real Estate – Home Buyer

When buying a home in Pasadena, having the assistance of Cherie Nelson can provide you with objective information about each property, and give you advice based on years of experience. Nelson will help you negotiate – and also steer you through – the closing process to make sure everything goes smoothly.

Pasadena Real Estate – Home Seller

When selling a home in Pasadena, an experienced Pasadena Real Estate Agent can be an invaluable advocate. Realtor Cherie Nelson can give you up-to-date information regarding prices, financing, terms and conditions of competing properties (comps). Nelson will market your property to other real estate agents and to the public and will know the best way to go about doing so. Nelson can also help you objectively evaluate buyer proposals, and then, finally, help you close the sale.

Pasadena Real Estate

Pasadena is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. As of 2010, the population of Pasadena was 137,122. Besides hosting the annual Rose Bowl football game and Tournament of Roses Parade, Pasadena Real Estate is also the home to many scientific and cultural institutions, including the California Institute of Technology, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena City College, Fuller Theological Seminary, Art Center College of Design, the Pasadena Playhouse, the Norton Simon Museum of Art and the Pacific Asia Museum.


The Great Neighborhoods in Pasadena Real Estate
Bungalow Heaven
Bungalow Heaven is Pasadena’s first Landmark District in Real Estate. It has many different architectural styles, but locals mainly know it due to its abundance of California Bungalows that were built between 1900 to 1930s.
Garfield Heights
Garfield Heights is Pasadena’s second official Landmark District in Real Estate. It’s an eclectic area of Craftsman bungalows to historic two and four unit apartments. Most of these homes were built from the late 19th century to the 1920s. Note the distinctive architectural features like pillars, retaining walls, foundations – made of river rock.
Historic Highlands
In late 2007, city of Pasadena has unanimously approved Historic Highlands as a Landmark Distirct. It’s about time since this area has some of the most beautiful craftsman homes in Pasadena.The Historic Highlands Real Estate Area straddles the borders of Pasadena and Altadena, situated between New York Blvd. on the North, Washington Blvd. on the South, Lake Ave. on the West, and Hill Ave. on the East.
Madison Heights
A great neighborhood right next to the South Lake Avenue District. It has a strong neighborhood association and has an annual 4th of July parade and other family oriented activities.
Oak Knoll
Once the site of a sheep ranch owned by Henry Huntington, this area of Pasadena real estate began its life before the turn of the 20th century featuring many grand estates. These estates were built to showcase the lovely native oaks growing in the area. The most famous estate in the area would be the former Ritz Carlton, now Langham Hotel & Spa.
Old Pasadena Historic District
Old Town is Pasadena’s original business district that began at the intersection of Fair Oaks Avenue and Colorado Boulevard. Newly revitalized, Old Town is one of Southern California’s leading destinations. It has pedestrian-friendly streets, designer boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants.
Orange Heights
Once known as “Pill Hill”, because of the large number of physicians and care givers who lived in the neighborhood, Orange Heights has always been at the heart of Pasadena’s civic life. Some of the city’s most prominent citizens have lived here, attracted by the beautiful architecture, terraced yards, tree lined streets, and mountain views.
Prospect Park
Prospect Park is a tiny piece of real estate just North of the 134 Freeway and West of 210 – where the two freeways meet and is off of Orange Grove and Prospect Blvd. This area was designated as a housing development in 1906 and had Sylvanus Marston clinker-brick portals on Orange Grove at Prospect Boulevard. Beautiful and mature camphor trees create a shady arch over the wide boulevard as you enter from Orange Grove. This neighborhood showcases a collection of Greene & Greene houses, the Gamble House and Frank Lloyd Wright’s La Miniatura.
Lower Arroyo Seco & San Rafael
In 1940s, the shortage of real estate in Pasadena led to the development of the San Rafael area and new residences were built that reflected the upper middle class and very wealthy families.

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