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1910 Arts & Crafts Bungalow in Pasadena's Historic Gartz Court Asking $499,000

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One of Pasadena's oldest bungalow courts, Gartz Court was commissioned by Kate Crane Gartz, whose family founded the Crane Plumbing Company. Designed in 1910 by Myron Hunt and Elmer Grey, the English Tudor-style cottage complex was in danger of being demolished in the early eighties, but, happily, was rescued and moved to its current location on North Pasadena Avenue in 1984, thanks to a joint effort between Pasadena Heritage and the city. Restored by Moule & Polyzoides and converted to an affordable condominium complex, the Nationally-Registered property contains six single-story bungalows, one of which is now on the market. Per the listing, the 1,170-square-foot cottage features two bedrooms; one bath; living room with fireplace; formal dining room; an enclosed sleeping porch; hardwood floors; original built-in cabinetry and hardware; private yard; and a detached, two-car garage. Upgrades include "central air, whole house fan, copper plumbing, newer roof and a tankless water heater." Asking price is $499,000, plus monthly HOA dues of $550.


· 745 North Pasadena Ave #1 [Gartz Court]
· 745 N Pasadena Ave #1 [Estately]