Situated in the South Hudson Landmark District of Madison Heights, this 1915 Pasadena craftsman bungalow is an iconic representation of early California. Set on a large gated lot, this home is filled with ambient natural light and offers a traditional floor plan with large rooms and charming details. Designed by renowned architect J. Cyril Bennett, the home retains an aesthetic that was developed through his years drafting for Green & Green and Sylvanus Marston. A wide front porch and large front door welcome you into the home. Large living room with fireplace, hardwood floors and wide pass-through to bright sunroom with tile floor. Pocket doors to charming dining room with Shaker Wainscoating, built-in cabinets with glass fronts and leaded glass windows above. Swinging door to kitchen with ample storage and access to mud/ laundry room and backyard. All bedrooms and bathroom located down main hallway off living room. Back bedroom offers additional access to back garden. Bathroom with hexagon tile floor and claw-foot tub. Detached garage at back of lot with vaulted ceiling and pedestrian door, perfect for office or studio space. Close proximity to S Lake Ave. shopping and restaurants.