Built in 1914 by noted Monrovia architect, Charles Cramlet, this amazing Craftsman bungalow oozes original charm and character. The exterior features cross gables, wood shingle siding, and unique roof trusses spanning the wide front porch that is accented by tapered posts and double wood columns. Once inside the original front door, the first thing you notice is all the wood. The living room has original hardwood flooring, period pendant light, front picture window, a beam ceiling, brick fireplace with wood mantle, built-in bookcases and tapered posts, and leads into the large dining room with built-in China hutch, massive wood crown molding, and wainscoting. An enclosed sunroom that is being used as an office is just off the dining room. The expansive kitchen boasts ample wood cabinetry, some with glass fronts, breakfast bar, a butler’s pantry, recessed lighting, vinyl flooring, faux brick backsplash, Corian countertops, a laundry area, and a glass door that leads outside to the newly painted deck. Down the hallway you’ll find two large bedrooms, one with pocket windows, and both with Douglas Fir flooring, ceiling fans, wood book shelving with decorative brackets, and high baseboards. The shared bathroom has a large shower, ceramic tile flooring, wainscoting, wood vanity, recessed lighting and crown molding. Out back is the original one-car garage/carriage house, mature landscaping, and a majestic redwood tree. Other amenities include lots of natural light throughout, central air & heat, tankless water heater, newly upgraded electrical panel to support level 2 EV charging, and a large front yard with lush landscaping and plenty of shade. Situated a short distance to Old Town Monrovia and within Mayflower Elementary School boundaries. This beauty may qualify for landmark status with the City of Monrovia, offering significant property tax savings. Now it’s your turn to make this beautiful Craftsman your own.