Nestled in South Pasadena, just north of the Mission Street Old Town shopping district, is a storybook Spanish Revival home built in 1925. A contributing property to the South Pasadena Historic Preservation Overlay Zone, this home features ironwork details on the front window, archways between rooms, art nooks in the living room, built-in cabinetry, and gray-washed hardwood floors. Bertjan Pot's designer lighting and inside spaces lead to private outdoor spaces in every room, making this a one-in-a-million bungalow. Each room is a perfect size and all with multiple windows bringing in summer breezes and natural light. The detached garage doubles as a stunning modern guest and workspace. Enter through the double French doors into a gallery of divided wood planking hiding additional storage space. Rest and gaze out the glass-to-glass edge corner window, or work within the high-ceiling room dappled in the natural light. The white rock-carpeted courtyard has multiple fountains and a built-in bench-sitting area with additional storage behind it. Spend days at home under the shade of the beautiful Oak tree or go anywhere by hopping on the metro train just a couple blocks away. Award-winning South Pasadena schools are here too!