Occupying a sunny block off of Orange Grove Blvd, this sweet Bungalow home charms instantly with its traditional facade and generous front windows. Shaded by an ancient oak tree, the large front yard embraces a cool and unassuming aura, welcoming visitors and passerbys alike with its front porch and rustic brick details. First built in 1922 with two bedrooms and one bath, original details and bright spaces make this home timeless and flexible for all living arrangements. Hardwood floors grace the entire home and connect rooms seamlessly. Highlighting the home are the living room and dining room: warm, open, and inviting; they anchor the space and provide easy entertaining areas. The dining room connects to the kitchen through saloon doors and features a delightful sitting alcove, perfect for curling up with a book. The good-sized kitchen area is just what you'd expect from this traditional home; a garden window opening to the driveway, along with access to the connected laundry/mudroom with plenty of storage and connection to the outdoor patio space. The secondary bedroom is currently used as a home office with tons of options for the next owners while the spacious primary bedroom is surrounded by windows, flooding the room with natural light and an airy feel. Rounding out this home; the backyard is accommodating and open to your vision with plenty of patio space as well as a bonus shed AND a 204 SF garage/studio, that gives you tons of storage and creative options. Well-maintained with a hard to beat location, this home benefits from its close proximity to Pasadena hotspots on Lake Avenue, neighborhood parks like McDonald Park and the Jefferson Rec Center, and some of the best schools in the area. Nearby commuting choices include the 210, 134, and 110 freeways as well as the Metro Gold Line. Highly walkable and bikeable, this home is part of a great community and presents an amazing opportunity to be your new home.