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
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.