Myron Hunt-Designed Pasadena Home Listed for $7.188 Million

An 8,742-sqaure-foot Myron Hunt-designed Oak Knoll home has been listed for $7.188 million. The 1912 English Tudor estate is located near the formal residences of Hunt’s one-time partner Elmer Grey and architect Garrett Van Pelt.

Located in Pasadena’s fancy Oak Knoll neighborhood, the home was commissioned by Amelia Seibert and designed by renowned architect Myron Hunt, who is known for her work on the Huntington library, the Ambassador Hotel and the Rose Bowl.

The home features six bedrooms, five-and-a-half baths, a library, a sunroom, a formal dining room, oak-paneled walls, mahogany, oak, marble and Batchelder tiled fireplaces, a butler’s pantry, a gym, a game room, an outdoor kitchen and patio area, a swimming pool, a three car garage and a two-bedroom guest house with a kitchen.

The grand foyer leads in a living room with fireplaces. There is also a sunroom that overlooks the pool, a kitchen with a center island and a master bedroom with a fireplace on the second floor. The outdoor kitchen/patio area features a pizza oven.

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