Unfinished 31,000 Sq. Ft. European-Style Manor is Pasadena’s Most Expensive (PHOTOS)

Unfinished 31,000 Sq. Ft. European-Style Manor is Pasadena’s Most Expensive

$39,800,000 | Built 1997 | 31,415 Sq. Ft. | 16 Beds | 38 Baths | 4.63 Acres
1288 S Oakland Avenue, Pasadena, California, United States, 91106
A massive unfinished 31,000 square foot European-style mansion has taken the crown as being the most expensive property currently available in Pasadena, California. The 4.63 acre property hit the market today for $39.8 million. According to the Los Angeles Times, the Beaux Arts-inspired residence was designed by noted architect Richard Landry and built in 1991. It had previously been on the market nearly a decade ago for $50 million. The park-like grounds are made up of formal gardens, fountains, statuary, meandering pathways and a pond. There is a water garden, sports court, elaborate Grecian-style swimming pool with cascading spa and subterranean 8 car garage. The listing mentions the mansion having a grand foyer, library, art gallery, lounge, elevator, ballroom, 3 maid’s bedroom suites, vault, massage and lounge room, steam room and an indoor resistance pool and spa before stating that this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for new owners to complete the interiors. There are 16 bedrooms and 38 bathrooms. It’s on the market for $39.8 million with Sabrina Wu, Bryce Lowe &¬†Aaron Kirman of Compass.


































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