Four blocks from the neighborhood’s eponymous Gold Line station, you’ll find this South Pasadena home, a mixture of Arts and Crafts and Victorian elements.
Built in 1903, the two-story, four-bedroom residence has beautiful stained glass windows, detailed millwork throughout, pocket doors, a formal dining room, and the occasional transom window.
A detached structure with one bedroom and bathroom could serve as a studio or a guesthouse. The property’s large, two-car garage holds additional workshop-like space.
The home has central air conditioning and modern plumbing and electrical systems, no doubt making for milder summers and winters than the home’s early 20th-century occupants enjoyed.
Last sold in 1976, the 2,312-square-foot dwelling is now listed for $1.65 million.
- 515 El Centro Street [Kevin Bourland / Compass]