What You Get | $700,000 Homes in Pennsylvania, Missouri & California

By Julie Lasky

Pasadena, Calif. | $699,000

A 1907 cottage with two bedrooms and one bathroom, on a 5,082-square-foot lot.

This house is a block north of the Foothill Freeway and about two miles northeast of Old Pasadena, the city’s historic business district. It is a mile north of the Shops on Lake Avenue, a mall with many national brands. The nearest Metro Gold Line station, with service southwest to Los Angeles, is about a 5-minute walk.

Size: 1,125 square feet

Price per square foot: $621

Indoors: The single-story house has refinished hardwood floors, fresh interior and exterior paint and a roof replaced less than a decade ago. The living room, at the front, includes a brick fireplace. Behind it is a dining room with a bay window and bench, a picture rail and ledge and a built-in hutch. The connecting kitchen includes some original wall cabinetry and wood-patterned flooring.

One bedroom is off the living room; the other is off the kitchen. Each has a closet, and they share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom with a combined tub and shower and a ceramic-tile floor.

Outdoor space: A white picket fence surrounds a front garden containing cactuses and an orange tree. The house has a rocking-chair front porch and a deck off a rear laundry room that steps down to the fenced backyard.

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