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116-year-old South Pasadena home with detailed woodwork seeks $1.7M

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Four blocks from the Gold Line

The house was built in 1903.
Photos by Shawn Bishop, courtesy of Kevin Bourland

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.

The house features beautiful woodwork throughout.
The living room.
The main residence holds four bedrooms.
Behind the main house, there is a two-car garage and a detached studio structure.