This gated Mediterranean style mansion is located at 20560 East Holt Avenue in Covina, CA and situated on 1.7 acres. It features approximately 10,128 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, formal dining room, step-down formal living room, 2 staircases, gourmet kitchen with walk-in pantry, breakfast room, family room with fireplace, covered patio, attached 8-car garage with guest apartment and more. It is listed at $4,999,888.

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  • Sam

    Not too sure I like the exterior but the interior would look quite nice after its been furnished. The windows are awfully cheap looking, i would have suggested some nice sash ones, also up close the exterior walls look painfully bland, they needed to add a cornice or trim around the door and windows. I guess for the price though its not that bad…




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  • Daniel

    This home seems very cheap to me. The exterior portico is too massive and lets no light through. The interior is bargain basement everywhere. That brown marble is putrid, the fun-sized columns are a joke, the poorly-laid out kitchen, and all of the furnishings just really are tract home quality (actually I’ve seen $500K homes with better build quality and finishing). Only appealing feature is the 8-car garage.




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  • lambskin

    Nice gate.




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  • Joejoe509

    Many cookie cutter elements inside and out. Everything is so square, unadorned, and “basic” for a mansion costing $5 Million. I agree with Daniel. The garage amenity is really the standout feature here.




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  • Coon

    One word… Covina




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  • Mark

    Beautiful home. Looks bigger then 10K sq/ft. Too bad they don’t have a pool in that courtyard. Lot’s of nice room for a car collection. For 5M, seems decent.




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    • Joejoe509

      I thought the same thing as far as square footage. It looks much larger than 10K.




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  • Limedaiquar

    POC




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  • NOVA Ben

    I feel like if you walked up to the marble steps/columns inside, you could tap on them and find they’re actually plastic. This has got to be the cheapest-looking 5 million dollar house I’ve seen in a while.




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    • weisser

      I think your comment even more cheap of those steps / columns.
      You arrogant windbag. I’m pretty sure you never had ownership of expensive properties. This is my intuitive sense.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s stunning. And of course by that I mean it’s stunning how bad this is, inside and out. Cheap-looking is an understatement. I don’t care if it is 10,000 square feet and looks bigger than that, square footage should never be more important that style, taste, and quality. I’d rather have a beautiful small house than something that resembles an airplane hangar in both its size and taste level.




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    • joejoe509

      As always… dead on Grrrowler. Good points. And I got a chuckle. 🙂




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  • sam

    Awful. I would have rather built a smaller house with better production values than this huge house with rather weak finishes. It looks like they either ran out of money or just aimed really low.




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  • richvanc

    C-R-A-P … I hope the Architect drowns him/her self in a convenient cement pit. lol 😉




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  • JAYSON

    I love Covina and wish I could afford to live in the area. There is some wonderful creeks and trails right near here. I actually grew up not too far from this monster of a house, which I must say is rather ugly. The only thing it has going for it is the garage area.




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