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Pasadena's Pacific Oaks College happens to own a 10,979 square foot Myron Hunt house and they've decided it's got a little more room than they need. The house, currently home to offices, a library, and an infant and toddler program, was built in 1909 as a regular old residence, and still has original details, according to the Pasadena Star-News. Its Greene and Greene-designed gates are on the National Register, but the house itself is not. Kind of a burn on Hunt, Pasadena. Unfortunately, "zoning could make it hard to restore the house to a residence," so the sellers are looking for an institutional buyer. Asking price is $4 million.
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