Sold! Come and settle in on the front porch, sip some lemonade, and imagine you are back in 1921 when this home was built. Life moved a little slower then and we all walked more, so a big day out was perhaps an excursion to the nearby Southwest Museum, a beacon of culture, art and local history since 1914. The fireplace still has the original bricks and hearth, the floors have the oak hardwood, and the Craftsman bungalow style has the same timeless beauty it always has. Out back are several citrus trees for your morning juice and a patio that is perfect for al fresco dining on these hot summer nights. Unusual for a 1921 home is the large closet by the den/3rd bedroom that could become the second bathroom that we desire nowadays. Decked out with a fresh coat of paint and many upgrades throughout, you can move right in and enjoy the easy California lifestyle, or take your time putting your own finishing touches on. Ideally located close to fun cafes and shops in both Eagle Rock and Highland Park - plus you can hop on the Gold Line for your trip to work or play downtown. Ain’t life grand?