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For $925K, a quaint farmhouse in a historic district in Pasadena

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Located in an area once known for its orange groves

Photos courtesy of Kate Amsbry, Sotheby's International Realty

This lovely farmhouse is located in Pasadena’s historic Orange Heights district, an area named for its once plentiful groves of citrus and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Orange Heights neighborhood maintains a bit of old-timey charm: The listing mentions that streets are closed for Halloween revelry while Christmastime brings carolers door-to-door.

The 1907 farmhouse is fronted by an ample porch. The interior features attractive woodwork, hardwood floors, and a brick fireplace—there’s generally a vintage look to everything except the kitchen, where there are white steel cabinets and stainless steel appliances.

There are four bedrooms, plus a sun porch on the second floor that that could very well serve as a home office, suggests the listing copy.

Last sold in 2008 for $825,000, it’s now listed for $925,000.