This elegant English Bungalow style home was designed by architect Aubry Saint Clair for Morris Jones in 1924. Mr. Saint Clair had worked with Kenneth Gordon, Greene and Greene and Marston & Maybury before opening is own firm in 1930. Morris, a civil engineer at the City of Pasadena Water and Power Department, had a dam in the local mountains named after him. The property has been featured in both the 2004 and 2010 Bungalow Heaven Home Tour and has received the prestigious Golden Arrow Award in 2012 for its gardens. The grand living room with ornate beamed ceiling features a fireplace with original Batchelder tile and mantel brackets. The formal dining room retains the original corner china cabinets and the kitchen has been updated with cherry wood cabinets, black granite counters, travertine floors and stainless appliances. There are four bedrooms in total- three on the first level, including one currently being used as a den. The downstairs master has French doors to the patio and a recently added master bath complete with custom surfaces, oversized tub, steam shower and heated floor. Uptairs has a master retreat with sitting area and half bath and a generously sized bedroom with updated bath also with over sized tub, steam shower and heated floor. The gardens include numerous patio areas with water features and mature landscaping. This lovely home is located a short distance to South Lake and Old Pasadena shops and restaurants.