By Bianca Barragan

From the street, this house appears to be just another well-maintained ranch-style house in a lovely, hilly corner of Pasadena. But step inside, and you’ll find a bit more than that.

The three-bedroom, built in 1949, retains elements that harken to that period: diamond-paned windows, high tongue-and-groove ceilings, wood floors, and a rustic kitchen with its own fireplace. (There’s another fireplace in the living room.)

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