Hot Property: Arcadia home designed with the Hamptons in mind

We're off to the San Gabriel Valley for this hot property. Built in 1941, this Monterrey Colonial home has stood on Hampton Road and Dexter Avenue in Arcadia. It was designed with the Hamptons in mind. The famous architect who built the home was trying to get a little of the east and west coasts together.
As a Pasadena Showcase house in 2000 and again in 2013, this 8-bedroom 10-bathroom estate has been meticulously reinvented and renovated by top designers who have prepared it for limited public tours.

For more information, visit the LA Times Hot Property section.

With 12,250 feet to tour on the 2-acre lot, we first focus on the grand, living, dining and family rooms before heading to the chef's kitchen.  There's also a tennis court, a gym and a game room. 
Located at 995 Hampton Road in Arcadia, this home goes for $11.8 million.
 

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