The area we bought in, Bungalow Heaven, is a historical area of Pasadena. Here are some links where you can learn more about Bungalow Heaven as well as see some of the homes located here.
Bungalow Heaven Neighborhood Association: http://www.bungalowheaven.org/
L.A. Places: http://laplaces.blogspot.com/2010/04/bungalow-heaven.html
All content below is from LA Places blog.
Bungalow Heaven is a lovely neighborhood in Pasadena comprised of almost 1000 one-story Arts and Crafts style bungalows. With its quiet tree-lined streets, pretty gardens, and centrally located park, Bungalow Heaven is one of L.A.'s most charming neighborhoods. Most of the houses in this area were built in the 1910s-1920s and include characteristics typical of the American Craftsman style including low-pitched roofs, overhanging eaves, and beautiful, handcrafted stonework and woodwork.
Bungalow Heaven is bordered by E. Washington Blvd. to the North, E. Orange Grove Blvd. to the South, N. Lake Ave. to the West, and N. Hill Ave. to the East. Every spring, the Bungalow Heaven Neighborhood Association organizes a home tour with 8 different restored bungalows open to the public. For more Pasadena Arts and Crafts pictures, check out my post on the Gamble House.