This Garfield Heights Craftsman Bungalow is the quintessential Pasadena residence, the history & character of which have been cared for & preserved since its construction in 1912. Original hardwood floors & moldings grace the home, & original pocket doors separate the formal dining & living rooms. Exposed beams, built-ins, an Arroyo stone porch & chimney, & the original picture windows showcase the home's historic integrity. The bedrooms boast spacious closets, & a finished loft offers significantly more space than one might expect. The home also features a California basement, a large, flat backyard, & a detached 1-car carriage garage at the end of a long driveway. An excellent example of the Craftsman Bungalow style, 1048 N. Marengo Ave was designed & built by architect D.M. Renton. It is one of 98 notable homes built by Renton between 1904 & 1918, along with several similar homes in nearby Orange Heights. It's been in the same family since 1949.
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