We might not know what tigers dream of when they take a little tiger snooze, but it might be this stunning Pasadena mansion featured in the 2009 blockbuster film "The Hangover."
The piece of movie history, located at 415 S Grand Avenue in Pasadena, just hit the market for a whopping $10,800,000.
"The home was built in 1930 by Reginald Johnson, one of California's most influential and notable architects," say listing agents Ted Clark and Heather Lillard of Compass.
The 5-bedroom, 6-bathroom, 10,404-square-foot mansion is built in the classic Georgian Colonial Revival architectural style, according to the listing company. It also comes with large, elegant windows throughout the building, expansive rooms with high ceilings and bay windows, and an impressive garden and pool.
"From the street, a beautiful brick wall and tall iron gates create an impressive approach to the tree-lined drive leading to an entrance of a motor court and rose gardens, old growth trees and the welcoming brick facade of the home," the listing reads.
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Other notable features include the huge covered patio, the "handsome paneled study with a black marble fireplace," and the walk-in wine cellar.
Plus, there's a bonus pool house for guests, which on its own is 800 square feet and comes with another 3/4 bath.
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