This beautiful three bedroom, two bath 1916 Craftsman bungalow, with a light-filled bonus office, has been lovingly remodeled and restored throughout. The house is a wonderful reflection of the arts and crafts movement as well as offering an ideal floor plan for entertaining. The interior has period grace and details, including hardwood floors, wide baseboards and fixtures evocative of the era plus elegant, rich woodwork and built-ins throughout.
The home invites you into the spacious living room with a showcase worthy, hand-laid river rock fireplace. From there you enter the central, formal dining room, wrapped in wainscoting, that has the adjoining office or sitting area. Additionally, there is a light-filled kitchen, with a cozy breakfast nook, that has been exquisitely redone. The expansive space features vaulted, beamed ceilings, glass fronted cabinetry, gleaming granite counters, recessed lighting and two sinks, including a prep sink set in the wide center island with a butcher block top. Other improvements include a renovated bathroom with hexagonal tile, cheery, white bead-board paneling, as well as ample storage and decorative cabinets.
The rear yard, with its verdant lawn and plantings, leads to the two car garage that has been converted to a bonus work space, fitness area or art studio. It offers limitless possibilities or may be returned to its original use as a “carriage house” for your modern motor coach!
The exterior of the residence offers picture-perfect curb appeal with a raised front porch that wraps the home on this sought-after, tree-lined street in an idyllic neighborhood. In addition, the deep backyard, with an expansive, shade-dappled patio, is the perfect space for celebrating with friends or for quiet dinners under the stars. Don’t miss this true Pasadena, historic treasure!