The Sacramento Bee April 5, 2023
Originally built in 1916, a Southern California home connected by a secret tunnel to a 20,000 square-foot museum/art gallery with a tiki lounge, 46-seat movie theater and a pub is for sale for $38.5 million. The new asking price represents a drop from when the 2.4-acre estate — dubbed the Knoll House — was listed for sale at $48 million in April 2021. The home, 2 Oak Knoll Terrace, is located in the prestigious Pasadena, California residential enclave near the historic Langham Huntington Hotel.
The property’s two main structures total 32,644 square feet of living space. One is a traditional, two-story main house, and the other building is a three-level, mid-century gallery/museum/entertainment complex. They have been renovated with attention to their 100-year-old craftsmanship and materials. A secret tunnel connects the two buildings.
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