Can’t decide which you like more: ocean views or city lights? You can have both in this spectacular Corona del Mar home designed by architect Mark Singer. Built in 2006, the 5,248-square-foot residence elevates living and entertaining to an art form.
Sophisticated and warm, the house exhibits extensive use of glass to erase the separation between inside and out. Walls of Fleetwood glass present floor-to-ceiling sweeping views of the Pacific, Orange County coastline, Irvine skyline, and sunsets across the 40-foot-long, four-sided infinity-edge pool.
The two-story house with hardwood and concrete floors throughout features four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. The ambiance is great room-style living with soaring ceilings, with a double-sided fireplace viewable from the tree-lined courtyard with a concrete water feature. A library and two office/working spaces are on the ground floor. The master suite is a sanctuary, with a spa-like Boffi bathroom, massive walk-in closet, and large balcony.
The professional Boffi kitchen is complete with Gaggenau and Sub-Zero stainless steel appliances. SmartHouse technology is built in throughout with Crestron control of music, shades, and light. Amenities include a large three-car garage, basement for storage, wine cellar, and laundry room with built-in work area.
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