The place where Jackie Robinson grew up is for sale in Pasadena $650K

Favicon Curbed

A humble home where he learned to “to run and leap and throw” Before he went on to break the major league color barrier, Jackie Robinson “learned to run and leap and throw” at 123 Pepper Street, a small residential street just south of Washington Boulevard in Pasadena. He grew up there in a four-bedroom Clapboard house that his mother, Mallie, purchased in 1922. The house has since been torn down, replaced in 1977 by a nondescript three-bedroom that just hit the market. The house that stands today isn’t special, but the site sure is. According to the Los Angeles Times, it’s where h...

Read the full article here: Curbed


The post: «The place where Jackie Robinson grew up is for sale in Pasadena $650K» has been published on the website Curbed where, everyday, you can find the latest news about Los Angeles's area.



Get more articles about this topic

Leave a comment