Via Curbed LA:
Myron Hunt, one of Pasadena's most well-known architects, designed this property in the early 1900's as a residence. Hunt was known for designing great LA landmarks such as the Rose Bowl, and this large 10,979 square foot home was no exception when it was first built. In addition, the listing for the property on loopnet.com notes that it is also historically significant because its "driveway is bordered with a historically designated gate designed by Green & Green Architects." The property has since been purchased by Pacific Oaks College and zoned as a commercial building that housed university offices and a library. Now on the market for $4 million, this property is a great place for anyone looking to house their offices in a place that is linked to Los Angeles' famous architectural achievements.
Photos by Hoss MacVaugh courtesy of the official listing with McVaugh & Co.