Ideally located in the landmark district known as the Historic Highlands sits this lovely craftsman bungalow built in 1907. Beyond the towering palm at the street sits this classic craftsman style home with its wrap around sitting porch framed by the tapered columns supporting the Gabled roof. There are two entrances from the covered porch into the home. The oversized front door with multi-paned windows and sidelight windows leads into the beautiful formal living room. The formal living room shines with refinished hardwood floors, box beam ceiling, a brick wood-burning fireplace, a built-in window bench seat, casement windows with classic wood trim and wide base and crown molding. The living room connects to the formal dining room which can also be entered through a secondary door off the porch. Natural light fills the dining room which helps showcase the classic wood wainscoting, plate rail molding, exquisite built in cabinetry with glass doors, crown and base molding and new wood like laminate flooring. The kitchen also has this new wood like laminate flooring, original cabinetry, crown molding and connects to a nice breakfast nook/laundry area with a sliding glass door opening to the spacious back yard. The downstairs features two good sized bedrooms and a full bathroom. Both of the bedrooms feature the original hardwood floors which have been refinished, beautiful molding, multiple windows and decent sized closets for a home of this era. The full bathroom has a tile flooring which matches the tile above the tub for the shower. Originally built as a 2 bedroom home, at some point the upstairs was finished creating a 3rd bedroom and sitting room or a pass through 4th bedroom depending upon the next owners preference. New carpet covers the staircase and these additional rooms. Both of the upstairs rooms have closets, chair rail molding and the upstairs does feature natural light and views out upon the flowering tree. With curb appeal abounding in front, the back yard has a covered concrete patio for dining alfresco, wire fencing and a large space for the next owner to create a back yard to their liking. The garage sits at the end of the long driveway at the back of the property. Additional desirable features of the property include a newer hvac system, new automatic sprinklers in the front yard and a great location in a landmark Pasadena district that allows easy access to Pasadena and the freeways to get throughout Los Angeles and the vicinity.