David Lee Roth’s Mansion

David Lee Roth's 1920's Spanish style mansion in Pasadena, CA.

David Lee Roth’s 1920’s Spanish style mansion in Pasadena, CA.

455 Bradford Street, Pasadena, CA

Hidden behind 9-foot high ivy-covered walls, in an otherwise ordinary Pasadena neighborhood, is David Lee Roth’s lushly landscaped 2-acre estate. The beautiful historic, albeit sparsely decorated, 24-room 11,214 square foot 1920’s Spanish-style mansion can be seen frequently in Roth’s podcast “The Roth Show.”

Required Listening:

  1. House Of Pain
  2. Mean Street
  3. Take Your Whiskey Home
  4. Outta Space
  5. Ice Cream Man
Aerial view of Roth's Pasadena estate.

Aerial view of Roth’s Pasadena estate.

 

The 9-foot ivy covered walls block the views from the street.

The 9-foot ivy covered walls block the views from the street.

 

Roth inside his house.

Roth inside his house.

 

1974 Government historical archive photo of the library.

Library of Congress historical archive photo of the library.

 

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

 

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

 

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

 

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

 

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

 

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

 

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

 

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

Historical archive photo from the US Library of Congress.

 

Map of Pasadena