This Pasadena home, which was owned by the late televangelist Dr. Gene Scott, was designed by Myron Hunt and then later expanded by Gordon Kaufmann. Despite all those bold-faced names, this nine-bedroom home is not selling. It's now been on the market for a year and a half. A tipster who has been in the home says it was once considered as the site for Reagan's Western White House. A controversial figure, Scott passed away in 2005. His Los Angeles University Cathedral was at one point housed in the downtown Save Jesus building, which was listed for sale earlier this year. Take a tour of the Pasadena home here.
· 2 OAK KNOLL Terrace [Redfin]