Bradbury, CA is a small, affluent city in the San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles County, CA. It is home to two guard gated communities; Bradbury Estates and Woodlyn Lane. These communities boasts dozens of luxurious mansions and most if not all of them boast either a swimming pool and or tennis court. Pictured above are just a few of them.

Home #1 – Picture #2 – This newly completed mega-mansion is located at the end of Long Canyon Road. It was built by D T Builders. It boasts a huge terrace with swimming pool, tennis court and gardens.

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Home #2 – Picture #3 – This large estate is located off of Furlong Lane. It is owned by Marites Nankani who is a real estate agent based in Alhambra, CA. It boasts a free form swimming pool, pool house, detached guest house, detached garage and a tennis court.

Home #3 – Picture #4 – This huge mansion is located on Old Ranch Road and boasts a circular driveway, numerous gardens, fountain, swimming pool  with cabanas and a tennis court. It is owned by Yung Yeung, the Executive Chairman, Chairman of Nomination Committee and Chairman of Remuneration Committee of Hybrid Kinetic Group, LTD.

Home #4 – Picture #5 – This mansion is located on Starlite Drive and boasts a circular motor court, huge swimming pool and a tennis court.

Home #5 – Picture #6 – This 12,460 square foot French/Tuscany style estate is located on Starlite Drive. It boasts 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, 6-car attached garage, formal gardens, large fountain, swimming pool and a detached 1,700 square foot guest house. It was built by Mur-Sol Construction.

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Home #6 – Picture #7 – This huge, newly constructed estate is located at the end of Bliss Canyon Road. It is owned by Donald G. Abbey, the CEO of The Abbey Company. It boasts a man made pond, guest house, cross-shaped swimming pool and a pool house.

Home #7- Picture #8 – This Mediterranean style mansion is located off of Barranca Road. It is owned by Aner Iglesias, the CEO of King Ranch Markets.

  • Daniel

    As much as I love Mediterranean/Tuscan architecture, NONE of these homes pulls it off flawlessly. Home #1’s exterior stonework is disgusting in my opinion…almost a mustard color. Home #3 had some promise until I saw the back of it. It looks a little squashed in my opinion as well, and that has to be the strangest position for a pool I have ever seen. Home #7 reminds me of a La Quinta.

    Beverly Park it ain’t 😉




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  • Al Robinson

    For starters, I just want to say that if I lived in the Los Angeles / Anaheim / Malibu metro area, Bradbury would be a pretty nice place to live. It’s in a good spot, at the bottom of the mountains. It’s only a 28 minute (on a good day) drive to downtown Los Angeles. Finally, if you’re lucky enough to live in a 10,000+ square foot mansion in that metro area, Bradbury would be really nice from the standpoint of you don’t really have any tourist gawkers checking out you’re place, as apposed to the gawkers in Beverly Hills and Bel Air.

    As for the mansions themselves, none of them seem ugly to me, but for that enormous swimming pool in the shape of a cross, I find that a little creepy. I’m a religious person, but that’s taking it too far.




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  • Kyle

    On the first link, for the home in pictures 1 and 2, click and check out the opulence of the dining room!




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  • Grrrowler

    The houses in that area that are listed here and that I can see elsewhere online are all just architecturally uninteresting to me. The Mediterranean architecture has either been watered down so much as to be boring or been over-stylized to the point of being obnoxious. I get the idea of the neighborhood: big lots, large houses, equally rich neighbors. But, if I’m going to live in a desert, I would choose Palm Springs where there is at least the infrastructure to keep people with lots of money entertained. If I wanted to live on several acres 30-60 minutes outside of a city there are plenty of other areas I’d choose first (Montecito, Greenwich). Bradbury would not be on the list.




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  • mike

    I grew up in Bradbury and only moved out about five years ago. The one thing that everyone in the city seems to value most is privacy… Bradbury is in a fairly remote location and few people outside of the immediately surrounding area even know it exists. It’s far more quiet than Beverly Hills, San Marino, or other similarly wealthy LA suburbs.

    As for some of these mansions… I have seen them all in person (with the exception of the one with the cross pool, it’s not visible from the street). I do know that house #1 is sort of a running joke in the neighborhood. It is way gaudy and over-the-top, even compared to the other homes in the area and it looks nothing like any of them.

    There are just as many modest ranches and horse farms in Bradbury as these mega-mansions, though. That’s why I like the area… it has kind of a cool, tranquil Kentucky vibe mixed with the more upscale flavor of Beverly Hills. Pretty unique, and there is no pretentiousness or snobbery that you would find in Malibu or BH, everyone is generally really nice. And you’re only 15 mins from Pasadena and 30 mins from LA. btw… the area is not desert-y… yes it does get hot, but it is in the foothills so it does get a decent amount of rain and things are green pretty much year-round. Overall, a nice area.




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  • kieran

    I love this!




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  • Mike Zimmerman

    Cheers Mike,

    Everyone loves Bradbury. Are you familar with the Mickey Thompson gate?

    Best regards,

    Mike Z.




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