Sold! Los Angeles, 1902: street cars ran from Pasadena to the beach, Downtown was a vibrant hotspot, and charming character homes were built for people looking for paradise. This reborn bungalow captures the original charm of the era but with the modern amenities today's paradise-seeker desires. A reimagined floor plan creates space for an open living area, custom-built kitchen, and separate master suite. Details that seem like they're from 1902 are new - push-button switches, leaded glass transom window, clawfoot tub, wood-frame windows, molding, hardwood floors, glass door knobs, and more. All the systems have been updated, including a reinforced foundation, so you can move right in. The finished attic provides ample space for den, office, or guests, while the rebuilt one-car garage can actually be used for a car or as another flex space. Located in historic Lincoln Heights, a vibrant neighborhood that was one of the first suburbs of Los Angeles. So close to Downtown you could come home for lunch! Or jump on the Gold Line and cruise up to Highland Park for a night out, or to South Pasadena for their weekly Farmers Market! The many options make this ideal for your Los Angeles home base.