By Elijah Chiland
Originally Published by LA Curbed
It’s got tons of vintage charm.
This Spanish-stlye bungalow in Pasadena has plenty of personality, sporting a sloping, angular design to go along with its arched entryways and barrel-tiled roof.
Fronted by a bit of drought-tolerant landscaping, the 1920-built home includes a small front courtyard with space for a garden and seating. The main entrance opens to an impressive living room highlighted by original hardwood floors, a central fireplace, built-in shelving, and a coved ceiling.
The 2,209-square-foot home has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Other interior features include a formal dining room, a separate breakfast room with hardwood cabinetry, and a large kitchen updated with stainless steel appliances.
Situated on a 10,573-square-foot lot, the house has a large backyard area with a pergola-shaded patio, multiple gardens, and a two-car garage with a small workshop attached.