A newly renovated four-bedroom home on Laguna Beach’s Crown Point went on the market last week for $14.5 million.
The one-story California home, located on 0.35 acres, is designed to emphasize the vantage point and dramatic view of Emerald Bay, with a spacious balcony overlooking the water and large windows and sliding doors in the main living and entertainment area.
A primary bedroom with two walk-in closets, a fireplace and built-in bookshelves also opens onto the balcony and features a primary bathroom with double sinks and a soaking tub. A large open plan kitchen with pantry and island also overlooks the ocean and opens into a living room with seating around a fireplace and separate dining area.
Skylights above the main entrance allow for more natural light, and recent renovations have listed finishes including Italian marble, professional appliances, imported limestone and two Tesla chargers in the garage.
The home once belonged to the family of noted Southern California architect William Pereira, according to marketing materials, and has been in and out of the market as both a sale and a rental since it was listed for $2.71 million in 1999. purchased. The seller could not be identified.