In 1922, the Eagle Rock City Hall opened and this charming Craftsman home was built on the prestigious Royal Drive, named for the royal palms that lined the street. Life is still beautiful in this neighborhood, still with neighbors who look out for each other, still tree-shaded sidewalks perfect for the families with strollers and dogs who wave hello as they pass by. This home has a spacious living room with decorative fireplace, a formal dining room plus a separate breakfast room with an original built-in buffet, a bonus sunroom off the back with a view of the large flat backyard with covered patio for those friends and family barbecues, & a large partially finished basement with a pool table. There are original hardwood floors, a large bathroom, central air and heat, and two good-sized bedrooms. The opportunities for storing stuff range from the attic to the large hall & bedroom closets, linen cabinet in the hall, basement storage room, to the separate one-car garage.