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Corona del Mar courtyard home with a 29-foot water wall seeks $35 million



An oceanfront cliffside home in Corona del Mar has come on the market for $35 million.

According to Multiple Listing Service data, the figure currently makes it the most expensive residential listing in the Newport Beach enclave.

Set on a near-half-acre lot in the upscale Cameo Shores neighborhood, the 7,000-square-foot house — one of 14 on Brighton Road, regarded as “Billionaires Row” — was completed in 2018. It features five bedrooms, six bathrooms and wraps around a central courtyard where a 29-foot water wall accents an infinity pool.

A heated loggia surrounds the courtyard.

An open floor plan, high beamed ceilings and glass walls that slide away to accommodate indoor-outdoor living define the interior.

Inside, double islands outfit the kitchen.

Highlights include the temperature-controlled 80-bottle wine closet.

A built-in sauna equips the home gym.

In the theater, there’s a backlit onyx bar and a full kitchen.

The ocean-facing master suite contains a fireplace, a luxurious bathroom with a glass-enclosed shower and a separate tub, and glass doors to the back patio.

“Enjoy the sound of crashing waves and the sight of mesmerizing sunsets from the backyard, complete with a built-in barbecue, cozy fire pit and in-ground spa,” the listing reads.

Direct access to the beach is yet another perk.

Adrienne Brandes of Surterre Properties holds the listing

The property last sold in 2019 for $20 million.

Source: Orange County Register

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