Stately arches and water features add to the grandeur of 16 Coral Ridge’s exterior.
Priced at $39,950,000, 16 Coral Ridge stuns with panoramic Pacific views and a whopping 30-car garage.
A sleek office space includes a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors, allowing for natural light and panoramic vistas.
The expansive primary suite.
Nestled behind the coveted guard-gated community of Crystal Cove in Newport Coast, 16 Coral Ridge is a 15,376-square-foot, four-story European-style masterpiece that entices with seven bedrooms, 13 lavish bathrooms and a subterranean garage with an 18-foot car turntable and space for up to 30 revved-up rides. “This particular property is located on the street at the very top of the hill, which is the only street allowed to have 35-foot-high variances,” notes Nick Gannon, marketing director of McKown Weinstein Associates. “It’s the only publicly offered oceanfacing property on Coral Ridge.” Designed by architect David Pierce Hohmann (davidpiercehohmann.com) in collaboration with Costa Mesa’s Pinnacle Custom Homes and Anaheim’s SIDG Design (sidgdesign.com), the modern manse continues to impress with Miele, Sub-Zero and Viking appliances in the gourmet chef’s kitchen; a wellness haven with a glass-enclosed gym, a spa, and massage and yoga rooms; a 12-person theater featuring a 160-inch screen; plus a 600-bottle wine cellar for vino enthusiasts. Outside, paradise awaits thanks to a putting green, a 30-foot infinity-edge pool, an inviting fire pit and well-appointed dining and entertaining spaces. California dreaming, indeed. Rex McKown and Marcy Weinstein, McKown Weinstein Associates/Compass, 949.689.5018, mwaluxury.com; compass.com
Museum-style lighting illuminates the 30-car garage, which includes a Tesla Powerwall and epoxy floors.
An eat-in island offers plenty of seating for guests.
Off the kitchen, the living room opens up to the ocean-facing outdoor terrace.