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This Corona del Mar Estate Is One Of The Poshest Pads In All Of Orange County

Wendy Bowman & Allison Mitchell | June 27, 2019 | Home & Real Estate


Dazzling and serene seaside surroundings are only part of the exceptional charm of this splendid compound nestled atop a bluff in one of the most sought-after locations in Corona del Mar, now listed by Rob Giem of Compass for $26 million. Not only will the lucky new owner of this magnificent contemporary-style estate have the rare and unparalleled luxury of enjoying endless ocean, coastline, jetty, beach and crashing whitewater views from soaring walls of glass and a multitude of terraces—not to mention a secluded outdoor living room complemented by a fireplace, serving kitchen and bar—but they also will be able to pleasantly while away the days inside a handsome masterpiece designed and built over seven years by architect Ed Lohrbach. Think 5,000-plus square feet of welcoming and naturally lit living space on three levels, replete with top-of-the-line details including Venetian plaster, imported marbles, custom steel and bronze, inlaid matte lacquered doors, Wenge cabinetry and built-ins, handcut limestone walls and a commercial elevator servicing all floors. Among the highlights: a gourmet kitchen with imported Boffi cabinetry; full-floor, two-bedroom master suite with sitting area, fireplace, office, gym, spalike bath and dressing room; and an entertaining space with a theater, billiards, bar, kitchen, and oceanfront terrace and spa. The coup d’état? Easy access to neighborhood beaches, restaurants and shops, which just adds to the overall allure of what perhaps is the most lustworthy abode in all of O.C.


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