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Inviting 1918 bungalow seeks $719K in Pasadena

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The three-bedroom home can be found in the city’s Historic Highlands neighborhood

A house with a long front porch and front steps leading up to the door
The house has a grassy front yard enclosed by a stone wall.
Photos by Susan Pickering, courtesy Judy Rubin, Karen Ochoa/Coldwell Banker

This bright and homey bungalow in Pasadena sits on a 5,201-square-foot lot just off Lake Street, in the city’s Historic Highlands neighborhood, just south of Altadena.

Built in 1918, the compact 1,390-square-foot residence has an inviting front porch shaded by a pair of pergolas and a jacaranda tree. A handsome wooden door leads into the home, which boasts crown moldings, wood floors, and a host of original built-ins.

The house has three bedrooms and one bathroom, the latter outfitted with a clawfoot tub. The living room has wide windows and flows into a formal dining room with French doors and a large buffet. A cozy kitchen has a gas stove and an attached laundry room. The bedrooms are illuminated by wide panels of windows, and one includes a fun built-in desk.

Behind the home is a pleasant back patio and an enclosed yard with a detached garage. The house is located at 933 East Elizabeth Street and is eligible for historic property tax benefits under California’s Mills Act. It’s asking $719,000.

A room with wood floors and white walls with a large door and wide windows
A large wooden front door leads into the three-bedroom home.
A room with a circular dining room table and chairs
The dining room opens out to the backyard and an outdoor patio.
A room furnished with a bed, a small table, and a chair
Wide windows bring plenty of natural light into the bedrooms.
A yard with woodchips and a wooden fence. A table and chairs are arranged in the middle
The enclosed backyard has a patio space and a detached garage.