A freshly renovated four-bedroom home on Laguna Beach’s Crown Point came on the market last week for $14.5 million.
Sitting on 0.35 acres, the single-story home in California is designed to highlight its vantage point and dramatic views of Emerald Bay, with a spacious balcony overlooking the water as well as large windows and sliding doors in the main living and entertaining area.
A primary bedroom with two walk-in closets, a fireplace and built-in bookshelves opens out onto the balcony, as well, and features a primary bathroom with dual vanities and a soaking tub. A large open kitchen with pantry storage and an island also includes ocean views, and opens out into a living area with seating around a fireplace as well as a separate dining area.
Skylights over the main entryway bring in further natural light, and recent renovations have brought finishes including Italian marble, professional grade appliances, imported limestone, and two Tesla chargers in the garage, according to the listing.
The home once belonged to the family of noted Southern California architect William Pereira, according to marketing materials, and has been on and off the market as both a sale and a rental since being purchased for $2.71 million in 1999, according to property records. The seller could not be identified.
Alexander Ali of Hilton & Hyland Represents the Listing