This classic 1930s Colonial home rests on a quiet cul-de-sac just off grand, palm-lined Royal Boulevard in the historic Royal Canyon area. Surrounded by excellent examples of 20s and 30s period revival homes, 1632 Moreno Dr has a welcoming street presence with its second story entry porch and covered outdoor living room. Inside, a formal entry vestibule with elegant pointed arches connects the sleeping wing with its two bedrooms and bathroom on one side with the gracious social spaces on the other - the living room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast nook, and covered outdoor lounge space. This foyer also features a graceful stair that connects the main floor with the lower level, which includes another hearth-centered living room, bedroom and en-suite bathroom, as well as the interior garage access. Original details include the recently refinished oak floors, two brick fireplaces, ribbed moulding, and original tilework. The rear yard features a sizable concrete patio with decorative brick inlays, encompassed by mature plantings. Steps lead through the verdant upslope property to a fire pit lookout area. This home provides timeless elegance in a tranquil setting; it's also centrally located off the 2 and 134 freeways between Montrose and Downtown Glendale.