This small residential community known as “Hermon” gets its biblical name from a group of Free Methodists that established a school here in 1903. That conservative school became a college that left this community in 1965 to merge with Azusa Pacific University. The quiet neighborhood that remains enjoys its location next to South Pasadena and is just minutes from both Downtown LA and Old Town Pasadena. There is also the very cool Zosa Café that is just around the corner that has become a personal favorite.
This bungalow was originally built for L.W. Barnhart in 1923, but was recently expanded and revitalized in 2006 and 2007 to the updated four bedroom and two bath craftsmen home you see today. The front yard landscaping and the covered front porch give a clear hint of the beautiful home within. The remodeled oversized kitchen will be a playground for the culinary artist of the home with rough hewn ceiling beams, granite counters, wood cabinets, and updated appliances. The large master bedroom has a high ceiling, a large closet, a great view over the large rear yard, and an updated master bath. The other three bedrooms are nicely sized and the second bath has been tastefully updated as well. What an unexpected find for a very fortunate Buyer.
offered by: Craig Farestveit