‘Impeccable’ 1930s Pasadena Spanish with spacious front patio asks $1.35M

By Bianca Barragan

South Pasadena’s windy streets and hills hold a trove of adorable residences, including this “impeccable” 1933 Spanish-style home.

Pass through the lovely, tiled entryway, and find beamed ceilings, built-in niches, hardwood floors, and French doors throughout.

The house holds two bathrooms and three ample bedrooms. The master bedroom features its own connection to the backyard, which contains a patio, a grassy area big enough for a swing set, and a bonus space that could serve as a studio or home office.

The property sits above Huntington Drive. It last sold in 2007 for $969,000. It’s now listed for $1.35 million.

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