494 South Oakland Avenue, Pasadena, is home to a beautiful craftsman bungalow, “The Sadler House.” The Sadler House is a 1906 bungalow with nearly all of the fine, original details one will expect from a home of this architectural style.
The Sadler House (Front House)
The Salder House (Front Yard)
There are built-in book cases and original pendant light fixtures in the living room. There are pocket doors to the hall way and another pocket doors leading to the dining room.
Starting from the street, you are bound to say”WOW” to this home. At 105 years old, this home has wonderfully kept its beauty. From start to finish, you will not be disappointed.
- Five Bedrooms and Two Bathrooms
- Hardwood Floor
- Built 1906
- Lot size 8,415 Square Feet
The kitchen measuring 160 square feet is large and well planned with original cabinets. The tile floors provides a nice accent to this area. The 2nd flor is 1,346 square feet of finished area.
So, who is this Sadler person you ask? According to Tim Gregory (The Building Biographer), the first owner of this bungalow was Mr. Howard Sadler. He was a real estate agent and worked as a nortary public. He had an office at the Chamber of Commerce Building located on Colorado Blvd. The vacant lot was bought from Mr. Herbert North who owned the land from 1906. The builder was Mr. John Erickson of Pasadena who has built number of other significant homes in the area.
Make sure to preview the Sadler House if you are a fan of craftsman homes. From historic bungalow to mid-century modern to contemporary homes, Pasadena has a home waiting for you!
Listing and photos courtesy of Mike Bell, Keller Williams.