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Pasadena Craftsman with a few updates asks $780K

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The two-bedroom home was originally built in 1921

Front view of house
The home is fronted by a drought-tolerant lawn and a small front porch with room for seating.
Photos courtesy Sylva Khayalian, Redfin

Here’s a 1921 Craftsman in Pasadena’s historic Bungalow Heaven neighborhood, where rows of Arts and Crafts-style homes were constructed in the early decades of the 20th Century.

This particular residence has two bedrooms and two bathrooms and has recently been updated with new paint, updated appliances, and contemporary features like a solar powered driveway gate and a drip irrigation system, according to the listing.

Still, the 96-year-old residence retains a few period details, like built-in shelving and original window frames. Both bathrooms have also been equipped with clawfoot tubs.

The 1,178-square-foot home has hardwood floors, a fairly open living and dining room area, and an office space that could double as a guest bedroom. French doors open to a pergola-shaded deck and a backyard with a detached one-car garage.

The house sits on a 6,548-square-foot lot with a drought-tolerant front lawn and a small front porch with a bit of room for outdoor sitting.

Asking price is $779,000. Open houses are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday between 1 and 4 p.m.

Living room and dining room
Bedroom 2