Now with the larger unit vacant and freshly updated, this modern Ranch-style duplex sprawls across nearly a quarter acre property at the end of a verdant cul-de-sac in South Pasadena. The two mid-century units share only one wall - the one dividing each unit's individual two car garage. Both units have two bedrooms with one home having two bathrooms and the other having one. Large windows and sliding doors open to the private garden spaces surrounding each home. The thoughtfully designed structure followed the redevelopment of the street by architect Bob Ray Offenhauser, who soon after graduating from the USC School of Architecture, bought and rezoned two of the lots on the street, turning them into duplexes. He later was commissioned to design 12 more on the street. Like Offenhauser's designs, this duplex features great mid-century ranch elements like exposed beams, built-in cabinets, and an original brick fireplace. This is the first time this property has been offered for sale. One unit is currently tenant occupied.