One of the last grand mansions on Pasadenas Millionaires Row, this exquisite 1927 villa was created by celebrity architect Wallace Neff for his own parents. It remained in his family for three generations before being acquired by iconic LA weathercaster Johnny Mountain. The five-bedroom, four-bath residence embodies Neffs famous Golden Age California style, enhanced for today. In the oval foyer, a wrought iron-railed staircase spirals above a black-and-white marble floor to a soaring ceiling. The living room with its baronial fireplace adjoins a mahogany-paneled library with elevator. The expansive kitchen was remodeled in 2010. A large rear loggia invites visitors to the pool, garden and shady pavilion beyond. Listed by Carrie Benuska, Pacific Union International.