‘The Real Housewives’ Erika Jayne is asking $13 million for her Pasadena home.
Erika Jayne lives in a stunning historical mansion spanning almost two acres of lush grounds in Pasadena. Almost like a Real Housewives storyline, Erika has recently divorced her high-powered-and-older, attorney-husband, Tom Girardi, among allegations of infidelity; Tom diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and his law practice in shambles; both Erika and Tom the subject of a legal investigation involving millions of dollars of missing client funds; personal and business bankruptcy; and they have put their fabulous mansion on the market at $13 million.
Designed in 1928 by Myron Hubbard Hunt, visitors enter through iron gates into the motor court and then through a solid-bronze front door. At 10,277 square feet, the home, with its large-scaled rooms, has four bedrooms and nine baths. The formal rooms are elegant and designed for entertaining large groups and have floor-to-ceiling glass doors with views over the terraces and mature gardens. High-coffered ceilings and large fireplaces are found in almost every room and silk wallcoverings grace the formal dining room. The chef’s kitchen is cheerful and full of sunlight, there is a large wine cellar, the large library is paneled in walnut and the master suite has separate dressing areas, hers designed in Chinoiserie and red-silk walls surrounding the bath and his with a more masculine theme. There are terraces for outdoor dining and enjoying the view of the Colorado Street Bridge. Heavily landscaped paths, fountains and outdoor chandeliers surround the opulent mansion and its gardens.
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