Revamped 1912 Pasadena Craftsman Pops Up for Under $900,000
By Wendy Bowman
Seeking a deal on a historic home in one of the most charming and family-friendly suburbs of Los Angeles? Spotlighted by period touches and modern updates, this craftsman bungalow just might answer your dreams. Nestled in northwest Pasadena — near the landmark Rose Bowl Stadium and not far from the 16-block, turn-of-the-century Bungalow Heaven district — the structure was built way back in 1912, but has been completely updated by recent owners. Now on the market, it’s available for a relatively bargain-basement $895,000.
The two-bedroom, two-bath structure last sold in 2019 for $735,000. Upon arrival, be charmed by a newly landscaped yard fronting the dark gray-shingled residence, which boasts a steep gabled roof, exposed rafter tails and an inviting front porch, all complemented by an abundance of wood trimmed in a burnt orange hue.
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