A rare opportunity. Located in the Historic College Park District and built by C.C. Graber of Graber Olive House this historic 1918 California bungalow popular from 1910 to 1939 features a signature look with sloping roof and eaves and a stone exterior chimney. Walk up to a lovely front porch where you can relax and enjoy the summer evenings. Enter directly from the front door into a spacious cozy living room with fireplace, built in cabinetry, and features a front picture window facing the Graber Olive house and offers a mountain view. Two beautiful doors with wrought Iron detail allows you access to the kitchen and dining area. The kitchen offers a breakfast bar and a dining area with updated appliances and ample storage with additional space to showcase antique pieces or create an additional sitting area off the kitchen. This bungalow offers three spacious bedrooms and two bathrooms. The attic offers standing room and additional space for storage as does the finished basement which could be converted into additional living space. A detached one car garage offers a separate laundry room and a workshop designed to store tools for organization. The spacious back yard offers privacy and areas for relaxing and outdoor gardening. This California bungalow being part of the Historic College Park District qualifies for the Mills Act offering significant savings on property taxes allowing a buyer to invest in their historic home.