Netflix queues that include the film “Twins” or the TV movie “The Rat Pack” will give their owners a look at this Spanish Colonial Revival-style residence, which has listed for sale in Pasadena at $5.588 million.
Designed by Marston & Van Pelt and built in 1916, the landmark home known as the Garford House served as a backdrop for a number of scenes in the 1988 buddy comedy starring Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger as well as the 1998 HBO drama featuring Ray Liotta and Don Cheadle.
Wrought iron gates and a circular motor court with a fountain mark the entrance to the home, set on three-quarters of an acre in the Oak Knoll district. The 6,898 square feet of living space feature a grand foyer with black-and-white marble and tall stone pillars. A formal dining room, a study and a living room with a marble fireplace sit off the foyer.
Upstairs, the master suite and an additional bedroom occupy one wing of the home. Four additional bedrooms reside in a separate wing. There are 4.5 bathrooms in all.
French doors open to landscaped grounds containing formal gardens, large expanses of grass, a courtyard, a pool and a pool cabana. Elsewhere, a second gated entrance leads to a three-car garage and additional parking.
Ted Clark and Heather Lillard of Deasy/Penner & Partners are the listing agents.