‘The Hangover’ House  Hits the Market  for $10.8 Million  & It’s Worth Every Penny

Elegance and sophistication may not be the first things that come to mind when thinking back to 2009’s raunchy comedy, The Hangover.

But the house featured in the 2009 comedy is the exact opposite of the movie that made it famous.

You might remember the stunning Colonial mansion where wedding preparations were underway even as  the groom was nowhere to be found.

That house — which played the part  of the bride’s home, shared with her brother, Alan (Zach Galifianakis) —  is now on the market for $10.8 million.

Dating back to the 1930s, the house was built by notable architect Reginald Johnson, and it oozes elegance and sophistication.

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Set in Pasadena, the beautiful home sits on a one-acre lot on South Grand Avenue, perched above the Arroyo Seco.

With over 10,000 sq. ft. of living space, the 1930-built home offers 5 bedrooms and 9 baths. But that tally oversimplifies the many merits of this stately mansion.

The main level of the house includes a massive living room with a beautiful bay window, a fireplace and two sets of French doors leading out to the lush side garden.

The outdoor area — which The Hangover fans might be quick to recognize — is even more inviting.

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The house’s perfectly manicured grounds span over an acre, and feature a pool, spa and a covered patio.

Another striking addition is the ivy-covered pool house that was built to mirror the main house’s loggia (with three sets of steel Palladian doors).

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Credit for images: Shawn Bishop courtesy  of Compass