Think French white oak, limestone floors, Roman clay plaster walls, vintage Italian chandeliers, and antique fireplace mantels from France.
Perched on the western-most point of Palos Verdes Estates on a pristine bluff, this sprawling compound spans over 1.15 acres of lush coastal land, offering 180-degree views of California coastline. The property has never been offered on the market, presenting a rare opportunity for discerning buyers seeking luxury and seclusion along the Southern California coast.
Curated by interior designer Tim Clarke, the home is crafted with stone and plaster to blend seamlessly with the surroundings. Behind privacy gates, the compound is a true coastal retreat. Fully retractable sliding doors blend the boundaries between interior and exterior spaces throughout the property.
The chef’s kitchen boasts French limestone countertops from the ancient Massangis quarry, a Wolf six-burner stove, a copper sink with a graceful patina, and Waterworks fixtures. Reclaimed wood-beamed ceilings, French white oak, limestone floors, Roman clay plaster walls, vintage Italian chandeliers, and antique fireplace mantels from France contribute to its timeless elegance and contemporary comfort.
The primary suite offers glorious ocean views with disappearing doors, an outdoor spa, a luxurious bathroom, and a bespoke walk-in closet.
Landscape architect Art Luna’s design harmoniously blends the coastal habitat and natural wonders of the expansive property. Sprawling lawns, limestone hardscape, and pergolas surround the pool and spa, creating an outdoor oasis that celebrates the coastal surroundings.
The guest house and entertainment pavilion offers a custom indoor Italian grill, oversized dining area, and multiple seating areas that lead to the pool and spa area. Two generously appointed bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a well-equipped gym, secured wine cellar, and a home office area complete this idyllic retreat.
Baths: 8 full, 3 partial
Year Built: 2015
Square Feet: 12,472
Plot Size: 1.15 acres
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