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Corona del Mar home with one of West Coast’s longest private docks nabs $24.5M

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A newly built Corona del Mar estate that fronts 50 feet of beachfront has sold for $24.5 million, down 12.5% from its initial asking price of $27.995 million in May.

According to the listing, the house “offers shared ownership of one of the longest private docks on the West Coast, capable of accommodating multiple yachts up to 100 feet in length.”

Natural stone and wood adorn the house, which spans 9,129 square feet across three floors fitted with designer names and cutting-edge technology. Through the grand pivot-entry door and beyond the soaring foyer lie five bedrooms, nine bathrooms and vanishing glass walls that offer a true indoor-outdoor living experience.

Records show the vacant quarter-acre-plus lot sold in April 2015 for $11.4 million. Brandon Architects, Patterson Custom Homes, Brooke Wagner Design and Harvard Investment Group united to build the house.

The great room boasts a cedar plank ceiling and overlooks the bay beach below with views of the harbor mouth. It flows into the kitchen, which features a casual dining area. It is fitted with Calacatta Vagli custom-honed marble countertops and backsplash, an oversized island, a 55-inch La Canche range with double ovens, and stained white oak cabinetry.

A formal dining room joins the kitchen via a butler’s pantry.

Slide-away pocket doors open onto a heated patio with a zero-edge saltwater pool and spa and a courtyard with a built-in Lynx grill on the side of the house. The courtyard can also be accessed by an open office with built-ins.

Climb the illuminated floating staircase or hop on the Waupaca elevator to the bayfront primary suite. There, you’ll be greeted by a wraparound balcony, a living space with a fireplace and two spa-like bathrooms, each equipped with a walk-in closet.

A full rooftop deck offers harbor and ocean views. The lower level has a bar and wine cellar, and a subterranean six-car garage has epoxy flooring.

Other features include a state-of-the-art Control4 home automation system, video surveillance, built-in speakers, Vantage lighting control and automated shades.

Kayla Cardona, Brian Furstenfeld, Matt Peters and Jason Oppenheim of The Oppenheim Group shared the listing. Garrett Weston of Coldwell Banker Realty represented the buyer.


Source: Orange County Register

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