Built in 1934, this classic Upper Rockridge Mediterranean home, situated on over a quarter-acre level landscaped lot, has been updated yet retains much of its original architectural character. This home features four-plus bedrooms, four updated bathrooms, a formal living room with an attached sitting area, a formal dining room and a recently updated kitchen with an attached breakfast room. The downstairs has two bathrooms, a laundry room and a spacious downstairs family room with its own fireplace. For entertaining under the stars, there is a spacious roof deck. Some of the original architectural features include the wood-carved beams in the living room vaulted ceiling, the random width/random plank oak hardwood floors and the plaster walls that disappear into the wood frame windows. The landscaping includes a large grass area in front with another one in back and two patio areas with a flowering garden.