This European influenced mountain estate is located at 1995 Sierra Madre Villa Avenue in Pasadena, CA. It is being built by Sierra Sky Development and is partly completed. It will take an estimated $1.5 to 2 million to complete the home  and the builder will work with the buyer to complete it with their choice of finishes. It can be completed in 4 t0 6 months. The spectacular 12,300 square foot mansion boasts 8 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room, guest suite with private entrance, two laundry rooms, sports room, media room, den, two master suites, 2 swimming pools, 3 spa, full bar, game room, gym with sauna, wine cellar, outdoor kitchen and a fire pit. It is listed at $3,980,000.

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  • Chance

    I can’t get over the exterior, it reminds me of a fruitcake at a distance. Interior isn’t anything worthwhile either.




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  • Grrrowler

    Well, it had possibilities…

    When I read the title I was expecting it to be in Aspen, Vail, Summit County, etc. Then I see that it’s in Pasadena…sigh. Pasadena isn’t a bad place, but a lodge-style house just doesn’t fit there.

    I don’t like the exterior stone work. It looks like the entire exterior is clad in chipboard and it doesn’t come across as attractive. I do like some elements of the exterior, like the chunky stone chimneys and the third floor dormers. I hate the garages flanking the front entrance like that. Yes, I realize that on the hillside location they couldn’t go in the back, but a separate garage with a breezeway connecting to the house would have worked.

    The two pics we get of the interior doesn’t give me a sense of it. I do like the fireplace surround but would like to see more of the room to see if it really belongs.

    Completely unrelated to this house: why do so many agents put such small images in their listings?!




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    • organbrett

      Yes, in this case, “Who could begin to read that sight plan?” Curses to these agents!! It is also laugable that they think you’ll get a ‘feel’ for the interior by showing you part of 1 incompleted room and a fireplace surround. It’s a beautiful fireplace, none-the-less, but COME ON!!!

      My other pet peeve is the artsy-fartsy type who show you part of a doorknob or tub with the rest out of focus. That irks me to no end. On the up side, these wonky pics are at least usually much higher quality!




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  • Iemand

    Some photographer thought “Lets get spontaneous”.
    Don’t do that again…




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  • Kieran

    Love the setting




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