One of the largest private estates in the greater Los Angeles/Pasadena area and located in prestigious San Marino, the Seeley Mudd Estate has been a fixture in Southern California history since its construction in 1934. Designed by celebrated architect Reginald Johnson and nestled adjacent to the Huntington Library and Gardens on over 7 acres of resplendent landscape parkland donated by Henry Huntington and General George Patton, the approx. 14,000 sq ft American Colonial has been home to USC's presidential families since 1979. Modern conveniences and top-of-line systems blend seamlessly with historic accents including imported 17th Century wood paneling in Liv Rm, original steel window and door hardware and walnut hardwood flooring. Sweeping, endless lawns flow into a mature forest of Magnolias, Sycamores, Oaks and Chinese Elms passing English Rose Gardens, Pomelo tree and multiple fountains leading to a sunken championship Tennis Court on the far end of the expansive property. Hosting up to 2500 guests each year for dinners, gala events and important meetings, the property has served as a stately setting for University and charity events as well as a beloved family residence offering the incomparable luxury of living within a perfect southern California landscape.