This newly built 13,542 square foot mansion is on the market for a whopping $23,500,000, making it the most expensive home currently on the market in the Newport Coast area. Located at 40 Deep Sea, this Mediterranean style home was designed by David Pierce Hohmann and boasts 6 bedrooms and 11.5 bathrooms. It was sold on January 31st, 2010 for $14,900,000 and has just recently come back on the market. The interior is decent, but I would expect a lot more in a home if I’m paying $23,500,000. If does have nice views, but it is not oceanfront or anything. Also, I wonder why it has jumped back on the market so quickly? What do you guys think?
HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:
This magnificent estate features unimpeded ocean and Catalina views with virtually no rooftops. Lift and slide pocket doors grace many rooms giving an indoor/outdoor feel to the entire home. Infinity edge pool visually drops straight into the Pacific. Lower level has garaging for a minimum of 8 cars, dedicated formal theater, wine display, storage and tasting areas as well as game room overlooking lowest level racquetball court and gym. Main floor has an unmatched open feel with covered loggias of great room, family room, breakfast area and kitchen. Top floor has 3 suites on view including master suite with 2 sets of pocket doors, true his and hers baths and closets,2 balconies and 2 fireplaces. Separate guest casita and office of indoor courtyard. This is a must see with too many amenities to list.
* Sorry about the pictures, they are small, which is disappointing.