This Pasadena estate, the Antigua house, is sited on a slight rise of Grand Avenue's historic landmark district. The 1939 home is a replica of the 17th century Spanish Colonial Governor's mansion in the city of Antigua, Guatemala. The house was featured in a 1971 Architectural Digest issue that showcased its history and connection to the original Antigua compound. This distinguished home features modern amenities complete with an idyllic outdoor kitchen under a grape arbor that includes a built-in barbecue and wood-burning pizza oven. The home has an expansive single story floor plan, secluded courtyards, exquisite fountains, luxuriant gardens, and mature fruit trees that all contribute to an atmosphere of a park-like setting.