For all the tennis enthusiasts out there currently scouring the Orange County market for a swanky pad that includes a top-of-the-line tennis court, Haute Living is happy to present some of the best estates currently on the market fitted for all your tennis needs just in time for the upcoming U.S. Open.
25201 Berbyhill Drive, Laguna Hills - $4.5 million
This lavish estate sits on 2.2 acres of hillside land and is located in a cul de sac in Nellie Gail Ranch. The French Mediterranean-style home is 7.400 square feet and features six bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a gym, swimming pool, spa, lush gardens and, of course, a tennis court.
11775 Collar Ave., Tustin -- $3.25 million
The Tustin Ranch estate was built in 2003 and has 6,000 square feet of living space on more than 2/3 of an acre. The home features views spanning from the mountains to the ocean, 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a pool house, pool, spa, waterslide and tennis court.
28 Boulder View, Irvine -- $17.9 million
Set on nearly an acre along the rim of the Shady Canyon golf course, this estate features sweeping views of preserved open space. The home features 6 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, his and her offices, a 800-square-foot home theater, a gym, pool and spa, a customized driveway specially shaped to accommodate exotic, low-to-the-ground cars such as Ferraris or Lamborghinis, a large gourmet kitchen, a caterer’s kitchen and a tennis court.
31646 Peppertree Bend, San Juan Capistrano -- $5.45 million
Located up in the hills overlooking the city with a distant ocean view, the gated Chateau Du Mer’s main house features 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a guest or maid’s quarters with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a racquetball court, gym, spa, swimming pool with a bridge and a lighted tennis court.
31761 Peppertreet Bend, San Juan Capistrano -- $5.499 million
This 11,000-square-foot French country estate is gated and has ocean views located on 1.4 acres. In 2008, the home had extensive remodel work done and features 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen with limestone counters and walk-in pantry doors imported from France, an indoor pool and spa and a tennis court with some bleacher seating and a viewing gazebo.
Source and Photos: OC Register