This absolutely magnificent gated French inspired estate is located at 1111 Casper Circle in Corona, CA. It was built in 2009 by Clinton Homes and sits on 2 acres of land. It is located in “The Valencia Estates” community, which has a total of 9 lots. The builder will only allow you to build a home between 6,500 & 15,000 sq. ft. (In 4 Italian styles). The home contains intricate and detailed ceilings, crown moldings and baseboards, the finest of wood and finishes, onyx countertops, granite and marble throughout. The 14,873 square foot mansion boasts 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, amazing foyer/entry hall with barrel ceiling, formal living and dining rooms, wine cellar, movie theater, beautiful cherry wood office with built-in bookcases, lavish gourmet kitchen, family room, a lounge, game room, elevator, ballroom, party pavillion with full chef’s kitchen and bar, numerous outdoor living spaces, swimming pool with spa, a pool house, and much more. They are excepting offers between $6,799,999 and $8,499,998. This has to be one of the nicest newly built homes that I’ve seen in a while. The detail in this home is incredible! It is a fantastic buy at the price they’re asking. The location isn’t the greatest, but if I had the money, I would buy this home in a heartbeat.

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  • Daniel

    Wow. It’s ALMOST as if I wouldn’t want to add furniture, just because it would compete with the architecture. I love the interior. Exterior is surprisingly tamed (with the exception of the great stepped fountain), but wow! As crazy as it is on the inside, it doesn’t scream cheap or tacky. Maybe it’s the way the photos are edited, but it is really exceptional. The only thing though is I do not like how at the end of the grand hallway is a small, rather plain window…I would have made it a two-story bay window.

    I don’t know what is going on with that kitchen. It’s as if they created an imaginary line in the room that was not to be crossed…maybe it’s the photo, but it looks like half a kitchen. Damn shame. Master bathroom is a little overdone, even considering the rest of the home. I would not have put any designs on the cabinets.

    That grand foyer though is mighty impressive, and something I would definitely replicate in my dream home. Maybe make it east/west instead of north/south, but I love it!




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  • Venom

    Nice, very impressive.
    Now that is what I expect a multi-million dollar mansion to look like.
    The detail work was exceptional.
    Really not a bad price at all.




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  • Kenny, I call dibs on this one! I have been following every aspect of this home I can find, starting about 6 months ago. I was looking at another property and saw just the one picture of the living room. I was floored. Upon investigating it further, I discovered it was shown in a print ad I had in Veranda (magazine). It was an ad for J P Weaver moldings. It turns out this house also uses Hyde Park moldings & Moonlight Molds for outside details. If you want the most info out there on any web page, use this one:

    http://geronsinteam.com/showcase/1111-casper-circle/

    It has more pictures and you can use Flickr to download higher resolution pics. As much as I am totally in love with this house, there are some things that I prefer differently. Maybe the kitchen looks much better in person, but it is a mishmash of too many styles and not quite big enough (IMHO) for an estate of this size. If you want to see a 7 minute video of another home in the same subdivision that hasn’t been offered for sale (It’s in the owner’s wife’s name), check out YouTube for 1159 Casper Circle in Corona, CA In some ways I prefer this one, but the 2 story bookcase ladder frightens me! Certainly the kitchen is better, but they only have a media room upstairs and I prefer the home theater.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Thanks for the video Brett! I love that 2-story library!!

      I agree, the kitchen looks way too small in this house. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of cabinets. I would love to know who the builder of the home is.




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      • The builder is Clinton Homes which is owned by Manuel G Valencia. That is why the community this home is in is called Valencia Estates (9 total lots). They only allow you to build a home between 10,000 & 15,000 sq. ft. (In 4 Italian styles). Gotta go! I’ll be happy to answer any other questions later. 😉




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        • Kenny Forder

          Thanks for the info Brett!! =)




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      • Kyle

        Which room is the library? That one with the wood and little ladder?




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  • george

    What I am going to say is not ment to be offensive in any way, to anyone. This is the most beautiful, elegent, and tasteful house I have ever seen. The thing is I am a straight guy and I’ve seen so many houses that were designed to suit the trophy wife, social climber, gay guy mentality that I grown to hate elegence, but this house doesn’t upset my masculine sensibilities. it’s great.




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    • Grrrowler

      Funny thing is, I AM a gay guy and this house DOES upset my masculine sensibilities!




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  • Grrrowler

    This house is incredibly detailed, beautiful in a lot of ways, and looks well built. But it’s just to much. Every detail is over the top. The master bathroom in particular is so overdone; it looks like the ghost of Louis XV walked in and vomited rococo all over the place. The individual details in the entire house are amazing but taken as a whole it looks unlivable to me. I can’t see how this could be made into a comfortable home. Hugo Drax, however, would be right at home here.

    @Daniel: I agree about the window at the end of the gallery. It should have been an arched window/door like at the other end.




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  • Nalin

    usually a house this ornate is hideously overdone and vomit worthy, but this house actually pulls if off very nicely.




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  • KEV

    Very nice, I guess the price is OK, not really familiar with the location as far as how sought after it may be, I mean, I realize it’s not Malibu or Beverly Hills, but I guess Corona is not exactly chopped liver. I really love almost everything except the kitchen, which I think is overdone as far as elegance to the point of being more show than go. Would have prefered a more normal ceiling in there instead of that distracting series of pop ups, angles and colors. Besides that, I’m impressed.




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    • Chase

      I know this is two years later but, Corona is not that great of an area and in my opinion this house is overdone because of the area. if it was in a better location it would be amazing and probably way more money.




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  • Kyle

    WOW!

    Why is it that homes that are sooo much more expensive are so much more plain on the inside!?

    I love the detailing of this home, but I would want this kind of craftsmanship and detail done with an old English type of home, although something like this I suppose could work in California. For the East Coast though, old English.




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  • Kyle

    Only criticisms I have are 1) the kitchen, as said, it looks like half a kitchen and 2) there seem to be no doors. It’s like one room just leads right into another one. I would want each room to have doors.




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  • Rob Dell

    Is that Aurelio Baretto’s old house? Chump owes me.




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  • Mimosa

    This home is close to my home and it is GORGEOUS, the entrance to this street is Gorgeous as well, take a look at the website: thevalenciaestates.com and you’ll be able to see the street entrance in the beginning of the website, although the photos do not do it justice.




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  • Bella Dunn