New York Times February 8, 2021
by Angela Serratore
Pasadena was once a popular winter destination for those from colder parts of the country, and is considered by many to have one of the world’s best collections of Craftsman-style homes. This one has retained much of its original exterior character, including the gabled roofline and covered front porch. It is in the Garfield Heights neighborhood, a few blocks from the designated landmark district of the same name. Old Pasadena, with its stores and restaurants, is about two miles away; downtown Los Angeles is a 25-minute drive.
Size: 3,246 square feet
Price per square foot: $459
Indoors: A low wall separates the front yard, landscaped with drought-tolerant plants, from the street.
Behind the Arts-and-Crafts front door, original to the house, is a family room with street-facing windows and a stone fireplace flanked by original built-in shelves. On the left side of the room, a doorway leads into a living room with more street-facing windows. Off this space is a bedroom with an attached full bathroom.
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