Vintage SoCal | Pasadena Craftsman
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Vintage SoCal | A quintessential Craftsman in Pasadena’s Historic Highlands

The 1909 kit-built home in the Historic Highlands area of Pasadena is listed for sale at $1.185 million.

The two-story Craftsman has a wide front porch supported by tapered columns. Exposed rafter tails face the street
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The Craftsman-style home in Pasadena’s Historic Highlands area was assembled from a kit in 1909.
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Stained glass, built-ins and wood wainscoting typify the architectural theme. (Erik Grammar)
The formal dining room. (Erik Grammar)
The updated kitchen. (Erik Grammar)
The updated kitchen. (Erik Grammar)
The downstairs den. (Erik Grammar)
One of the four bedrooms. (Erik Grammar)
The second-story windows enclose what was once a sleeping porch.

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One of the two bathrooms. (Erik Grammar)
The third-acre lot also contains an expanse of lawn and old-growth fruit trees. (Erik Grammar)
The patio.
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The detached garage has a permitted bonus studio for an additional 336 square feet of living space.
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A modern-day addition at the rear of the yard is the permitted yurt, which was retrofitted with a rigid roof to conform to city building codes for a gazebo. (Erik Grammar)
Inside the gazebo. (Erik Grammar)
A small plaque on site identifies the original owner as a George Randall. An adjacent house of the same plan was also constructed by the same builder, with some modifications. (Erik Grammar)