Bette Davis' former lush Laguna Beach retreat just hit the market, and we couldn't love it any more. The French Normandy-style home was built in 1929 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, balancing historical glamour with modern luxury in every room. It's also in a prime location just down the street from Laguna Beach's best shopping, dining, and art while feeling like its own private oasis. The cliffside, oceanfront manse is listed with John Cain of Pacific Sotheby's International Realty for $19.995 million and is sure to make a perfect haven for its new owners.
The home is 5,472 square-feet and houses eight bedrooms and bathrooms each. A private courtyard leads to the dreamy main entrance of the house, guest house, and a charming dining terrace with stairs that lead to a pristine stretch of beachfront. The main house features stunning ocean views from many of its room, namely the exquisite great room, adjoining family and dining room, and primary bedroom suite.
This house is full of impressive details and amenities, from the Carrara marble and heated floors in the primary ensuite bathroom, wine cellar, gym, and plenty of charming outdoor spaces. The adjacent guest house features two ensuite guest rooms, one of which houses its own self-contained apartment. To learn more about this spectacular offering, visit Pacific Sotheby's International Realty to take a 3D tour or visit in-person.
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