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Petite 1920s Pasadena bungalow wants $539K

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Located in the city’s Historic Highlands district

Photos by Michael Wilkerson
Courtesy of Nancy Gerber / John Aaroe Group

This adorable 732-square-foot bungalow is located in the Historic Highlands district, which listing agent Nancy Gerber describes as a collection of Craftsmans, bungalows, Tudors, and 1920s-era Spanish-style homes mingled together in one northern Pasadena neighborhood.

The compact charmer makes the most of its space, and it offers hardwood floors, recessed lights, and a redone kitchen with new countertops.

The two-bedroom residence’s master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, while the other bedroom could be used as an office or family space. That room opens to a backyard deck.

The house, which was built in 1923, according to public records, probably predates the era of every family having a car (or two or three), so there is no driveway, just street parking.

Last sold in 2000 for $150,000, the house is now listed for $539,000.