See the details that make this 1909 Craftsman's dining room glisten

Today, we'll be exploring a Craftsman home that has been in the same family for almost 60 years. This classic 1909 house was built by the Foss Design and Building Company and is currently on the lookout for a new owner.
We'll find this lovely abode nestled within the Madison Heights suburb of Pasadena, California. Come along and take a closer look at its details, old and new:
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As you can probably tell, this Craftsman's aesthetics have been well-preserved across generations. According to its listing, a new roof was the most recent renovation.
Stone steps lead us to the elegant tiled porch.
Indoors, the living room's antique furnishings stay true to this home's classical conventions.
Along with the traditional amenities, a china cabinet glistens in this home's dining room.
Cream colored walls create a soothing ambiance in the kitchen.
The first bathroom is tucked not too far away. Don't you just love those delicate embroidered curtains?
A family room sings all the right notes with a piano and vintage details throughout.
How compelling: A wall separates this bathroom's lush vanity from the toilet and shower. It's almost like having your own private dressing room, right?
Another bathroom is embellished with stylish sconces and green tiling.
Each of this Craftsman's four bedrooms is one of a kind. The first brings us radiant red walls, an interesting mix of furnishings, and easy access to the backyard.
The second is more modern, with teal walls, headboard art and a comfy bed making a positive impression.
The final bedroom is more modest, but still carries its own vintage vibes. Just look at that bedside table, or the standalone piece of art on its walls.
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You can tell that this family home has been diligently preserved along the years. Each room in this 1909 Craftsman brings the classics to the fore by comprising just the right amount of antique detailing.
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