This stunning Queen Anne Victorian home is located on a beautifully tree lined street, offers peek-a-boo city light views, and is conveniently close to downtown. Known as the “Humphrey House” by Glendora historians, it was built in 1886 by early city residents, Edward and Elizabeth Humphrey, and is believed to be among the first dozen houses in the city. This unique home boasts 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in the main house, while the original carriage house has been pristinely converted into an adorable studio ADU with kitchenette and ¾ bathroom. Fall in love with the home's high ceilings with crown moulding, original oak hardwood floors, abundance of windows for natural lighting, sun-filled parlour, and inviting formal dining room. Enjoy the updated eat-in kitchen with center island and new quartz countertops, updated bathrooms with new luxury vinyl flooring, and custom French doors that lead to the family room with a hand-crafted wood mantel over the fireplace. Foundation has also undergone modern retro-fitting for seismic stability. Grounds are landscaped with brick pathways and patios, beautiful shrubs, trees, and flowers. 2-car detached garage with unfinished attic space offers plenty of storage. Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind home that maintains its original grandeur.