Pasadena Craftsman hits the market for the first time in a quarter-century
This two-story Craftsman in Pasadena is available for the first time in 25 years, hitting the market for $2.195 million.
Built in 1909, the 3,097-square-foot home has four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.
The house, set on a third of an acre in the Madison Heights neighborhood, features a covered porch leading to the front door. Green shingles and maroon wood decorate the exterior, while the inside features a lighter color palette to go with the hardwood floors and stonework.
The light-filled oversized living room has a white stone fireplace topped with dark hardwood shelving. French doors lead to both the patio and the adjacent formal dining room, outfitted with an original built-in buffet.
White cabinetry, white tiling and white windowsills accent the kitchen, which is complete with a breakfast bar.
A carpeted office leads to the backyard, which has an expansive lawn with landscaping around the edges. On the other side, a large tree sprouts out of the middle of the stone patio.
Janice McGlashan of Coldwell Banker Residential holds the listing.
The last time the home hit the market in 1992, it sold for $520,000.
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