Contemporary Crystal Cove Estate

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This Contemporary-style Crystal Cove estate home perfectly marries classic architecture, an open floor plan, and beautifully proportioned spaces with a stunning fresh palette of finish materials, stylish amenities, and every modern technology. A compilation of the talents of architect, David Hohmann, designer Errol de Jager and builder Dugally Oberfeld, this home is one of the finest ever conceived, executed and built in Orange County. Designed to seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor spaces, the property enters a gracious courtyard surrounded by a guest casita, the formal dining room, and a handsome office. The main living level of the home has spectacular ocean, coastline and Catalina Island views, a graciously sized great room with a wall of retracting iron doors, a stone fireplace, a paneled den, gentlemen’s bar, a perfectly appointed island kitchen, a butlers pantry, elevator, and breakfast room. The upstairs of the home features an elegant master suite with a sitting area, separate his and hers baths, a bonus area, three additional bedrooms with ensuite baths and a covered view loggia that extends the full length of the home. The subterranean level of the home is a “wow” with high ceilings, a media lounge, stunning bar, billiard area, wine room, gym, steam shower, sauna, putting green & a nine-car garage with an automobile turntable. The outside of the home features fire pits, intimate patios, entertaining areas and a spectacular ocean view infinity edge swimming pool.

Address: 42 Deep Sea , Newport Coast, CA 92657

For more information, contact Steve High and Evan Corkett at 949-874-4724 / 949-285-1055 or [email protected] / [email protected].

Steve High and Evan Corkett are the exclusive agents representing the Newport Beach real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of their listings here.

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Photos courtesy of Steve High

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