The Webb House is a Charming historical mansion, located in Pasadena, California. It was designed by John C. Austin, the architect who also designed the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and the Los Angeles City Hall. Construction began in 1898 and was completed in 1907. It was built as a family residence with a separate smaller house for the servants quarters and a garage for the horse and carriage. In 1924, the mansion was disassembled and moved from the original location on South Maddison Ave. and Green Street, to its current location on El Molino Ave. It was later converted into an apartment building.

The two residential buildings consist of 14 apartments—10 in the three-story house on the corner of El Molino, and 4 in the one-story house on Mira Monte Place. It is joined together by a garage used as a laundry room with the top of it used as a terrace.

The Webb House is a quiet place with wonderful tenants who are usually drawn to the unique qualities of historic architecture. Many plants and trees are planted around the property to help maintain fresh air and create a delightful atmosphere. Located on a quiet residential street near the Pasadena Playhouse, it is also very close to many restaurants and retail establishments within short walking distance. Colorado Blvd. is only two short blocks away, which allows residents easy access to the Rose Parade on New Years morning.