A Beautiful 1889 Victorian Farmhouse Located on Minoru Drive

Welcome to this historic 1889 Altadena treasure that was relocated to its current, sought after location one hundred years later in the 1980s. The four bedroom, three bathroom Victorian Farmhouse has been beautifully redone with exquisite finishes throughout. The house invites you in with a glass-paneled front door, a regal foyer and tall ceilings.

The expansive lower level includes a spacious living room, a family room area, a ground floor bedroom or office, an elegant dining room and a light-filled, remodeled, gourmet kitchen. The kitchen is state-of-the art and has custom cabinetry, a full-length center island, a Wolf range and an incredible glass fronted refrigerator. This kitchen is not to be missed and is a true showstopper.

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