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1930 Mediterranean Villa in Pas Designed by Gordon Kaufmann

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Now here's a house we wouldn't mind being invited to for Thanksgiving dinner! A residence worthy of Caddyshack's Honorable Judge Smails, the Mediterranean villa overlooks Pasadena's Annandale Golf Course and was designed circa 1930 by the illustrious Gordon Kaufmann of Greystone Mansion and Santa Anita Racetrack fame. Per the listing, the 7,579 square foot residence is a member of the Alta San Rafael Association, "a private community of architecturally significant properties," and features six bedrooms, five and a half baths, a formal dining room with hand-painted stenciled ceiling, a card room, a library (note to the stagers: needs more books!), four fireplaces, hand-hewn beam ceilings, hardwood and marble floors, a butler's pantry, a garden, and three-car garage. Last sold in 2009 for $1.75 million, the half-acre property is now listed at $2.495 million, plus HOA dues of $357 per month.
· 25 Los Altos Dr [Official site]