Located on one of Pasadena’s most sought-after streets, this beautiful Spanish Revival home is perched on a gentle knoll in the heart of the highly desirable Bungalow Heaven district. Built in 1927 by La Dell Booth for its original owner Ernest E. Bosca, 950 Holliston is on the market for the first time in over 60 years. This home offers original interior and exterior Spanish architectural notes, features hardwood floors throughout the living, dining and bedroom footprints and embodies a full terra cotta tiled entryway combined with traditional wrought iron accents throughout the home make for its cohesive design. The living space offers a traditional stucco wood burning fireplace as the focal point of the room coupled by five, floor to ceiling, fully opening, lattice windows that bring in tons of natural light and air to the space. This home's multiple outdoor living areas include a courtyard area on the north side of the home perfect for a bistro table and morning coffee, a spacious patio and grass lawn area in the rear for lounging and outdoor dining, and two spacious second story balconies. A detached, two-car garage is seen at the end of the picturesque ribbon driveway. The home is just under 2,700 square feet has five bedrooms, two baths, and a bonus office space. This is a Trust Sale being sold in its present preserved condition with boundless potential.