New York has Gracie Mansion; Pasadena has Grace Mansion. Located on a one-acre lot that contains what is believed to be the second-largest Moreton Bay Fig tree in the country, the Shingle-style residence was designed by Castle Green architect Frederick L. Roehrig in 1891 and converted into eight apartments—each with its own entrance—in the 1920s. And according to Craigslist, one of those eight apartments has just become available. Per the ad, the apartment in question is a "bright and airy second-floor unit with lots of windows and French doors," hardwood floors, crown molding, a gas fireplace, washer/dryer, dishwasher, walk-in closet, and "semi-circular balcony which looks out over an old oak tree, great for dining, entertaining, and planting a container garden." Monthly rent for the 1,050 square foot, pet-friendly unit is $2,295.