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Beautiful 1909 Craftsman in Pasadena asks $2.2M

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The grand four-bedroom residence has original hardwood floors

View of the home’s front porch
The 108-year-old home is fronted by a large porch and gardens.
Photos by Pierre Galant Photography; courtesy Janice McGlashan, Coldwell Banker

Built in 1909, this grand Pasadena Craftsman is available for purchase for the first time since 1992, when it sold for $520,000.

Per the listing, the home includes original hardwood floors, along with intricate shingle siding and stone work. The 3,097-square-foot interior includes four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, along with a large living room, a formal dining room, and a sun room or office space.

The living room has a wood-burning fireplace and built-in shelving, while the dining room sports a large buffet. Long panels of windows and French doors throughout the home give it an airy atmosphere.

The house sits on a one-third acre lot with a grassy backyard and a large stone patio for outdoor entertaining. There’s also a two-car garage and an attached office space built by the current owners of the home. Though it’s new, the structure does an impressive imitation of the style and appearance of the older residence, maintaining the property’s Arts and Crafts aesthetic.

On the other side of the house is a roomy front porch, a neatly landscaped garden, and an elegant wood-and-glass front door.

Asking price is $2.195 million.

Living room
Formal dining room
Bedroom and sun room
Master bedroom
Sun room
Third bedroom
Family room with French doors
Backyard with patio space