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In an off-market deal, Newport Coast mansion sells for $41 million

The palatial Mediterranean-style home in Newport Coast that topped 2019’s list of most expensive sales in Orange County has done it again.

In an off-market deal, it surreptitiously changed hands for $41 million, making it the county’s priciest home so far this year, according to the Multiple Listing Service.

The ocean-facing loggia. (Photo by David Heath of Western Exposure)

LLCs conceal the buyer and seller. County records show Midsummer Mariner LLC bought the property in Crystal Cove for $38 million in Oct. 2019, then sold it on March 22 to Newport Coast Sunshine LLC.

Previous listing information described an 18,868-square-foot mansion built on two lots in 2016 with five large bedroom suites, a 700-bottle temperature-controlled glass display wine room and an ocean-facing loggia.

With its checkerboard floors, the loggia boasts fully automated pocket doors that disappear into the walls on all three sides to connect indoors and out. It is fully heated and features two fireplaces, two TV screens, dining and lounge areas and a wet bar.

Other perks include a billiards room, a mirror-lined gym with a full bathroom and a steam shower, and a state-of-the-art theater that opens to an outdoor entertainment area.

The stadium-style theater. (Photo by David Heath of Western Exposure)

The home has two gourmet kitchens. In the master suite, there are two closets and bathrooms, each with fireplaces and views.

Architectural details include hand-poured plaster molding, a slab limestone floating staircase and stone and wood flooring throughout.

Everything in the home can be controlled by smartphone or tablet anywhere in the world with an internet connection. That goes for the doors, lights, heating and air conditioning and even the fireplaces.

A total of 11 fireplaces warm the house. Fire pits flank the 65-foot zero-edge infinity pool and spa in the backyard.

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Source: Orange County Register

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