The former evangelist-owned mansion went public in California for $ 48 million.please look


Although his name will be lost to those born after 2000 Face of evangelist Jean Scott People who regularly flipped television in the 1980s were familiar.And now, his former Pasadena property, a whopping 32,500 square feet mansion On the market for $ 48 million..

Entertainment gallery

Entertainment gallery

In addition to the main residence of 12,300 sq ft, another “Entertainment Gallery” According to Dart, this is a 20,200-square-foot building with a commercial cinema and Tiki bar. When Scott owned the mansion before his death in 2005, the building was used as an art gallery to display his watercolors.

Pool

Pool

According to the list, the main building was designed by two architects. Myron Hunt (The work includes the famous Rose Bowl Stadium and Hollywood Bowl, Pasadena is currently reported) and Gordon Kaufmann (designed the Los Angeles Times Building and Caltech Athena.) The house was built by Peter Hall in 1917. It was built.

Lounge

Lounge

“Current owners have painstakingly and meticulously restored, refurbished and incorporated 21st century technology and equipment into this magnificent building,” said Liszt. “The end result is the ultimate occupancy trophy with unmatched indoor and outdoor facilities such as swimmers pools, spas, pavilions, barbecues, pizza ovens and putting greens on 2.45 acres of spectacular resort-like grounds. It ’s an estate. ”

kitchen

kitchen

The main building has 6 bedrooms, an elevator leading to the wine cellar, a billiard room, a wooden panel library and 6 fireplaces.

wine cellar

wine cellar

Outside, there is an entertainer oasis with a swimming pool, poolside pavilion, putting greens and an outdoor kitchen.

Outdoor area

Outdoor area

It is said that there is also an underground passage connecting the entertainment gallery / built in 1973 with the main building.

Tiki bar

Tiki bar

Scott I thought I was a teacher Known for scribbling the Bible in the original language on the blackboard. According to Dart, the mansion was inherited by his wife, Rev. Melissa Scott, after she died of prostate cancer.