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Sparkling Craftsman in Pasadena’s Bungalow Heaven seeks $1.1M

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It comes with a new pool

Courtesy of Robert Kallick/Sotheby’s International Realty

This comely Craftsman hardly looks 103 years old, but it is. Built in 1914, this residence in Pasadena’s Bungalow Heaven neighborhood still retains a few period features and built-ins, including the inglenook in the living room and some classy built-ins.

The kitchen has an interesting layout, allowing for bar seating, a bit of open shelving, and a decent amount of counter space. (Those counters, by the way, are white marble.)

One of its third bedrooms is on a small, pop-up second-story that qualifies the house as an “airplane” bungalow. It’s rumored that houses with such small second-floor additions, popular in the Craftsman homes, got the nickname because the second-story pop-ups look like airplane cockpits.

The rear yard boasts a new pool and a fire pit area, plus a patio area for outdoor dining and space left over for some nice landscaping that looks fairly low maintenance.

The property is listed for $1.095 million.