This 1935 home with outside covered brick entry has unexpected period Art Deco characteristics, tray ceilings and archways in the living room and dining room. The living room offers a wood-burning fireplace straddled by built-in cabinets. Original oak flooring runs throughout the living room and the elegant dining room. The dining room features built-in cabinetry which provides display and storage for dining essentials, and is also enhanced by a tray ceiling, a beautiful chandelier and traditional wainscoting. The direct entry into the light-filled kitchen leads to plenty of counter and cabinet space, and a free standing pantry and refrigerator. Both spacious bedrooms feature ceiling fans, traditional size closets, and are fully carpeted. Access to large attic space is through a bedroom closet. The hall bathroom has the original 1930s tiled charm, built-in cabinetry, and newer bathroom fixtures. Dual-paned windows and a whole house fan add to the comfort of this home. The rear yard is very spacious, and has both a covered brick patio adjacent to the dining room sliding door step down, and a sturdy metal framed gazebo ideal for outdoor dining and entertaining. Drought tolerant landscaping enchances the front yard, with mature plumeria trees with pink, white and yellow blossoms in the front, and additional plumeria trees in the back yard. Driveway is enhanced with new vinyl locking gate for additional privacy and security, manual garage door easy to lift. Plumbing replaced with PEX piping in 2015. Near the bike trail along the L.A. River!