Built in 1924, this impeccable English-style home is located on one of the most coveted streets in Pasadena. Designed by Charles W. Buchanan and Leon C. Brockway, who among other architectural homes in the surrounding area, also designed the Scripps Residence. With a great presence, curb appeal, and pedigree, this home was also part of the North Pasadena Heights Walking Tour showcasing its interesting use of brick accents and half-timbering. Updated and lovingly cared for by its owners over the years, this home is perfect for the discerning buyer looking to own a piece of Pasadena history. Formal entryway has a rare Batchelder fireplace with full tile mantle, hardwood floors, and soaring ceilings. A formal dining room has Queen Anne-style doors opening to the front patio with gracious mountain views. A bright kitchen with breakfast area. Two bedrooms share a full bath while a third bedroom that could double as an office/den has a quarter bath right off the laundry room and it's own access to the expansive backyard. Rounding off the home is a pool and deck area right in time for those summer days. The pool was redone in 2020. A detached garage with abundant storage offers plenty of possibilities for an ADU or pool house.