This recently built gated Italian villa is located at 1475 San Pasqual Street in Pasadena, CA. It boasts 10,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms, imported Limestone and hardwood floors, sweeping grand staircase, formal living and dining rooms, large terrace with fireplace, covered patio, swimming pool, French doors leading to a tennis court and more. It is listed at $6,950,000.

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  • Hugh

    That tennis court is dangerous! Broken windows, and running into brick walls.
    I love the long driveway. Nice and imposing.

    The interior is a great style. Nice mix of materials, unique the wooden ceiling!




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  • Daniel

    Very odd and dark house.




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  • Grrrowler

    Let’s say you’re having guests over to your new $7,000,000 mansion. They call up from the street entrance and you, or your butler, open the gates. The ornate gates swing inward, exposing a long driveway that leads yours guests’ eyes into the property and builds anticipation. As the guests drive in, their eyes are drawn to the the end of this vista, revealing your spectacular…garage doors. Uh…no.

    I like some parts of the interior, but it desperately needs to be de-beige-ified. The front facade proportions are out of whack; the second floor looks too squat, but maybe it’s just the picture accentuating that. The back is actually a little better, and will hopefully look better once there’s a proper awning on that framework.




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  • Iemand

    That driveway is awesome, but it’s a result of something I really REALLY don’t want when I spend 7 million on a home: stuck between other homes. So that’s a bummer when I saw that on Bing maps áfter I saw these photos.

    Home itself is pretty nice though, I like this style. Grrrowler has a point with the garage thing. The entry of the homes would have been more logic.
    And I don’t know how the whole thing is organised around the place, but I don’t really like that big wall at the tennis court (by the way, why the hell would you put it there? Right next to the home?)

    So kinda nice place, but placed on a really bad place with some unlogic things.

    (I kinda think my posts are really bad grammatical wise, so sorry about that.)




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    • NOVA Ben

      You’re doing better with your posts than many NATIVE English speakers, so you’re in good shape 🙂 🙂




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  • Oliver

    Well the driveway is awesome, i really like it. i dont even mind the garage at the end… what i do mind is that its a 2 car garage…. am i mistaken? did the price say $700,000 or $7,000,000?? because it cant be the latter with a 2 car garage. orientation of the house is also stupid if you ask me, perpendicular to the driveway? the front exterior is god awful, the rear of the house is a little better but that metal framework looks like a d**k on a fish without any awning on it. Tennis court is dumb and the location would’ve made a better lap pool. the interior i actually like for a change.. overall i would not waste my money on this place.




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    • Chris

      Dude you don’t know anything about this house.. its a few pictures…doesnt show the inside hardly at all…. i know this house like the back of my hand.. and its a 4 car garage haha. GET YOUR FACTS RIGHT!




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  • NOVA Ben

    Well normally I wouldn’t necessarily have a problem with that long driveway, but like Iemand said, it’s like that because the lot is shoehorned in amongst several other homes. With a dramatic, long, arrow-straight driveway like that, I want it to be piercing through a bunch of land that also belongs to me, not other people’s homes and yards.

    The facade of this place makes my skin crawl. There’s asymmetry, and then there’s haphazard arrangement of design features with no regard for how it all goes together. I really really don’t like the front of this home

    Inside is just okay….nothing about it excites me, and I’d go so far as to say it’s far too dark, like Daniel said.




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