Experience Monrovia's rich history in the beautifully updated Eastlake Stick Victorian known as the Joseph Sartori House, built in 1887 by Monrovia's first treasurer and a founding member of the First National Bank of Monrovia. This spacious 4-bed, 4-bath home blends historic charm with modern updates. Welcomed by a character-filled wrap-around porch ideal for enjoying Southern California sunsets, the formal entryway showcases late 1800s charm with a chandelier and gleaming hardwood floors. Pocket doors lead to a parlor featuring high ceilings, and a bay window overlooking the professionally landscaped yard. Another set of original pocket doors lead to the formal dining room with an antique Keeley Stove Company Columbian parlor stove. The remodeled kitchen boasts stone counters, custom tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, a walk-in pantry, a spacious island and built-in buffet counter ideal for entertaining. The first floor also hosts a bright bedroom, ideal for an office or den, with an attached laundry room and a 3/4 bathroom. A claw foot bathtub graces another 3/4 bathroom, completing the floor. Ascending the original staircase leads to three spacious bedrooms and two additional bathrooms. The primary suite impresses with ample natural light, a generously sized closet and a balcony. Its bathroom features two sink vanities, recessed lighting, and an oversized glass and tiled shower. The 2nd bedroom is spacious and has a sizable closet. Across from the 3rd bedroom is a fully remodeled bathroom. The property boasts a finished bonus space, a large basement area, and the potential for historical designation and tax savings. Designated as 'One of Monrovia's First Houses,' this home presents a unique opportunity to own a piece of history and establish your own legacy.