A beachfront home in Newport Beach, California that was designed by the same interior designer that the Obamas used while living in the White House has just entered into escrow, according to press materials.
The sale of the Orange County residence at 7204 W Oceanfront built by Marmol Radziner, in collaboration with Michael Smith Interiors, is expected to close mid-August. The five-bedroom home was listed on the market for $6,350,000.
A wide entryway leads to a breathtaking view of the ocean. Open spaces allow for a seamless, indoor-outdoor beachfront flow.
The living room features high ceilings, a fireplace, and Fleetwood pocket doors that open to an outdoor space, with a deck, built-in Viking barbecue and bar, and fire pit.
The kitchen is equipped with a large island, six-burner Viking stove with a grill and griddle, and Sub-Zero built-in refrigerator.
A separate coffee and wine bar, as well as the dining room are just off the kitchen.
On the second level, the master suite boasts a sitting area with a fireplace, two closets, a master bathroom, and an attached sundeck, as well as vast views of the ocean and Catalina Island.
“The combination of Marmol Radziner and Michael Smith Design is genius,” says listing agent Tim Carr of Villa Real Estate. “No detail was left out in creating the effortless style and functionality of this amazing beach house.”
The homeowner is willing to sell the furnishings, in addition to the house.
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