“The Italian Job” House Up for Grabs

This opulent Pasadena, California mansion, which was featured in the 2003 action flick "The Italian Job," is on the market for a pricey $8.885 million, reports Curbed. The expansive property features concrete retaining walls, steel windows, marble flooring, eight bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. Click through to take a tour of this must-see estate.

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<a href="http://la.curbed.com/archives/2012/07/1930_italianate_in_pas_once_used_as_richters_seismology_lab.php" target="_blank">This opulent Pasadena, California mansion, which was featured in the 2003 action flick "The Italian Job," is on the market for a pricey $8.885 million, reports Curbed</a>. The expansive property features concrete retaining walls, steel windows, marble flooring, eight bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. Click through to take a tour of this must-see estate.
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Pasadena isn't lacking in posh properties, but this one is sure to rate high on the luxury scale. The Italian villa is situated on landscaped 2.6 acres and boasts a swimming pool, as well as views of the city and San Gabriel Mountains.
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The estate was featured in the 2003 movie, "The Italian Job," and served as the bad guy's (played by Ed Norton) house. Look familiar?
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A view of the oversized dining room.
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The house spans over 11,200 square feet and includes this luxe kitchen.
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The opulence of this home is apparent in each and every room. Curbed reports that the property was commissioned by Arthur Thorsen, the cofounder of the Walgreens drug store chain. Later, Charles Richter, the man responsible for inventing the Richter scale, used the estate as a lab when he worked for Caltech.
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Here's a view of the wood-paneled study.
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Outdoor amenities include a heated swimming pool and spa, basketball court, and this photographed center courtyard.
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The lavish estate boasts a 150-foot long tunnel that leads from the house to the low garden. $8.885 million will also buy you a an elevator, reinforced concrete foundation, steel windows, and bronze and wrought iron doors.
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A view of the living room, which features an intricate coffered ceiling.
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Here's a look at the game room.
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The gigantic home features five bedrooms suites, plus a separate guest wing with two additional bedrooms. There are also 7.5 baths on the property.
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An aerial view of "The Italian Job" home.
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