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Light-filled 1890s Victorian asks $1.3M in Pasadena

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The elegant home sits on a neatly manicured one-third acre lot

Front of Victorian house Photos courtesy Kathleen Finnegan/Berkshire Hathaway

This lilac-colored Victorian in Pasadena is more than 120 years old, but its old age is barely visible on the interior.

The three-bedroom house was built in 1895 (though listing agent Kathleen Finnegan tells Curbed the sellers believe it may have been constructed earlier and moved from a different location). It has airy living spaces, accentuated by 10-foot tall ceilings and original window frames. The kitchen appears to have been recently remodeled and includes new cabinets, countertops, and stainless steel appliances.

The home’s two bathrooms have also been updated, and both have been equipped with a clawfoot tub. Other highlights include a formal dining room, a large living room with a bay window, and a pleasant sun room that opens to a large back deck.

Sitting on a one-third acre lot, the house has a large backyard complete with a chicken coop and a two-car garage. There’s also a covered front porch and a side yard with extra space for a garden.

Last sold in 1997 (for just $218,754), the home is now asking $1.25 million.

Living room
Dining room
Back deck