This charming Craftsman Bungalow built in 1922 immediately evokes Home and Heart! 1652 Paloma Street is ideally sited on a wide street filled with turn of the century homes and part of the North Pasadena Heights Landmark District. As you approach you are greeted by a pleasing front garden and comfortable, welcoming front porch with views of the San Gabriel Mountains. Upon entry, you will delight in the light-filled rooms with original architectural features such as marginal style craftsman windows and doors, original door handles and door frames, crown molding as well as oak and fir hardwood flooring through most of the home. The home offers 2 bedrooms, one full bath, a bright living room with a decorative fireplace, separate dining room accented by a glass door leading to the frontporch and chair-rail in keeping with the bungalow style. The kitchen is pleasing with a checkerboard linoleum floor mimicking an earlier era and an adjacent porch for added storage or easy kitchen expansion. The home has a finished sun room that is used as a home office or can be used as a den. The large backyard is private and enchanting with a sizable raised patio ideal for entertaining as well as plenty of additional yard space offering sitting areas amongst a bounty Listed by Jim Rock, Deasy Penner Podley.