Location: 119 Furlong Road, Bradbury, CA

Square Footage: 16,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms

Price: $19,800,000

Here’s yet another huge house in the ritzy town of Bradbury, CA. We first blogged about it back in May 2011 when it first hit the market at $12.988 million. We recently stumbled upon more and better pictures of the house. Located at 119 Furlong Road the mansion is owned by Marites Nankani who is a real estate agent based in Alhambra, CA. It is situated on 3 acres with a main house, guest house, huge swimming pool with a spa in the center, pool house, formal gardens, tennis/basketball court and a detached garage. The main house was built in 2008 and boasts 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with grand double marble staircase, formal living and dining rooms, 2-story great room, two gourmet kitchens, library, game room with wet bar, gym, two steam rooms, a sauna and more. The pool area boasts a cabana, slide, bar and a grotto with waterfalls. The property also has a Koi pond with 5 small waterfalls. The guest house boasts 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and was built as a mini replica of the main house.

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  • Daniel

    Good grief, enough with the double staircases Bradbury! They almost always end up looking like tacky piles of marble. Other than the pool, I like absolutely nothing pictured. White/cream marble really needs to stop being the only flooring in these behemoths. Use it as an accent.




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  • Grrrowler

    The exterior might look OK in another location. Dubai comes to mind. The interior is just awful. Stark white walls contrasted with overly-dark wood with gold accents: that’s not a good combination. Someone clearly didn’t understand the difference between opulent and tacky. This is nothing more than yet another over-sized over-priced wannabe palace.

    And again, eight figures in Bradbury? There are literally hundreds, maybe even thousands, of places I’d rather be than Bradbury, at any price.




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  • Coon

    This suburb and its prices still baffle my mind. Are people really paying Beverly Hills, Malibu, La Jolla prices for being in what is often considered the butthole of SoCal (inland empire)?




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  • opinionfree

    I’m confused.
    According to the blurb: this structure first hit the market in 2011 for $13 million. Two years later, it’s almost $20 million.
    Few homes appreciate $7 million in 2 years. This place, most definitely would not.
    Of the many things I fail to understand about this home (said with disdain), the dining room only seats 10, tightly. This thing is all did up and only 8 guests are able to eat, while basking in the splendor. Granted I would loose my appetite in this home, but then, I would never be invited into a home like this.




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    • Grrrowler

      “I would never be invited into a home like this.” Consider yourself lucky, and don’t lose hope on being invited to a tasteful large home!




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  • Jason

    I wouldn’t pay one red cent to live on either of the two Bradbury dogs featured today. and nothing else I’ve seen from the area is appealing either. I don’t get the town, those who would want to live there or the go awful houses. I know Bradbury is further east, but I’d choose San Marino or Pasadena if I lived in an affluent eastern region of LA.




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  • Michael

    Another home sitting on concrete! I don’t get it. No landscaping around the house. I going to stop here as I don’t even want to start on the interior spaces.




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