This gracious Folk Victorian is rich with architectural and cultural history. Designated a Historic Property & Mills Act recipient in 2017, this 4 bedroom, 2 bath home was originally built in 1892 on Euclid Ave. but was moved to Westgate St. in 1925 when work on Pasadena City Hall began. Notably, this was the longtime residence of civil rights leader and Pasadena NAACP president Ruby McKnight Williams. A stately wraparound porch beneath Magnolia and Star Pine trees welcomes you into the home. Inside you'll find elegant living and formal dining rooms with lofty ceilings. The updated chef's kitchen boasts granite counters, an antique Wedgwood stove and opens into the bright family room with coffered ceiling and expansive views of the lush backyard. A bedroom (currently used as a den) and full bath complete the downstairs. A picturesque view of the San Gabriel Mountains greets you at the top of the stairs. 3 bedrooms, another bath and laundry room are also on the second floor. The patio, framed by Seville Orange and Crepe Myrtle trees, is the ideal place to take in the majestic Redwoods & the charming tree house nestled in their branches. Close to Prospect Park and the Rose Bowl, one can easily access and enjoy the beauty and history of Pasadena.