LUXURY LIVING in the foothills of Sierra Madre - No expense was spared to remodel this home from top to bottom, creating an elegant, open floorplan that exudes charm and ...
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Sierra Madre is one of the best-kept secrets in Los Angeles County. Nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, the tiny town is centrally located between Pasadena and Arcadia.
The town is made up of three square miles of quiet neighborhoods and green space, with a charming downtown shopping district at its heart. Though Sierra Madre is small, it is big on entertainment. From hiking the Mount Wilson trail to seeing acclaimed performances at the Sierra Madre Playhouse, to concerts in the park and building floats for the Rose Parade, residents will find plenty to do.
Sierra Madre has also been known as "Wisteria City." Its city ceal is decorated with a drawing of the 500-foot vine. It is also sometimes called the "Village of the Foothills" and was an All-America City in 2007.