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Madison Heights

Pasadena's Madison Heights neighborhood was laid out in the late 1800's with some homes still remaining from that time period. The original “Madison Avenue Heights” subdivision consisting of 63 lots was opened in July, 1906.

Between 1910 and 1917, the neighborhood grew, and stylish single-family houses began cropping up along the gridded, residential streets, thanks to many notable architects who put roots down there, including Henry and Charles Greene, Arthur and Alfred Heineman and Wallace Neff. In the 1930s, Albert Einstein and his wife occupied a Saltbox home on South Oakland Avenue.

South Orange Grove

South Orange Grove Boulevard is one street of several exclusive residential districts in Pasadena. Since the early 20th century, because of the number of landmark mansions, the street earned the name Millionaire's Row, an appropriate nickname, considering that the estates that once lined this spacious boulevard.

South Orange Grove Blvd is located between Columbia Street and Colorado Boulevard. South Orange Grove Boulevard becomes South Orange Grove Avenue at Columbia Street and its southern terminus is a cul-de-sac in western South Pasadena, passing by Orange Grove Park.


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