Nestled into Altadena’s Historic Jane’s Village, 365 W Poppyfields checks all the boxes of your country-meets-city dreams. This Mid-Century cabin feels earthy and grounded with its exposed beam ceilings, hardwood and concrete floors, and walls of original red brick. A large picture window and glass French doors let natural light and verdant views pour into the living room, while the kitchen’s clerestory windows show off tree-top views. Beside the retro-chic wood paneled guest bath, the generous guest bedroom features dual closets and a picture window saddled with petite stained glass accent windows. The primary suite is a retreat unto itself, with a brick fireplace, quaint built-ins, a walk-in closet, a serene bath with freestanding tub, and glass French doors that open onto a deck and out to the lush yard. The detached garage has been converted into a guest house that comes with its own deck, one that descends toward a flat, grassy, swatch of yard begging to be a recreation court or vegetable garden. If there’s any question about the home’s ability to inspire, the original Star Trek props were rumored to have been created in the garage by the late Wah Chang in the ‘60s. 365 W Poppyfields is surrounded by hiking trails and parks, and is just a stone’s throw from Unincorporated Coffee Roasters, HomeState, The Post Climbing gym, JPL, and the Altadena Farmers Market.