This home, which was built in 2006, is located at 16 Skyridge in the exclusive Pelican Crest community in Newport Beach, CA. Like most of the homes in the area, this one has spectacular views of the ocean, city and surrounding hills. The 11,893 square foot  mansion is situated on .60 acres of land which makes it one of the larger lots in the pricy subdivision. All of the homes in Pelican Crest sit on .35 to .65 acres of land which isn’t all that much, but the views make up for it! The estate boasts 7 bedrooms (2 master suites – main and second level), 10 bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, 6 fireplaces, den, 2 offices, bonus room, two launry rooms, home theater, wine cellar, elevator, sauna/steam room, exercise room, indoor swimming pool, patio with fireplace, 2 outdoor built-in barbecues, outdoor infinity swimming pool and spa and a subterranean garage that fits 10 or more cars with direct access from the lower street for easy access. It is listed at $12,888,000.

I’m quite fond of the exterior and the grounds, but the interior is a little too mish-mash for my taste. I would definitely change some of  the decor and wall color choices.

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  • Daniel

    I understand that it is Newport Coast and land is extremely expensive, but when you don’t have room for a driveway, then the lots are too small. I get that the homes are probably 2nd or 3rd homes for the majority of the residents, but the lots are just too small. Homes are nice, albeit a little reminiscent of a cookie-cutter community for the super-wealthy.

    Nice home, but I need a little more land. Not saying 20 acres, but at least 3/4 to 1 acre.




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  • Swimmer

    WOW! Love this home! Nothing wrong from my perspective.




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  • Grrrowler

    It seems like a perfectly nice home. I wouldn’t pay $13 million for it even if I had it. The curtains in most of the rooms are just hideous but the interior isn’t bad otherwise; it’s not my style is all. As for the lack of driveway that Daniel mentioned, I don’t mind the gate opening right onto a motor court. I do think the lot is too small for the house. For any freestanding house over $10 million I’d like some land to enjoy.




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  • Tay

    A prius and a ferrari in the same garage??? Only in Cali baby!!




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    • Nalin

      prius, ferrari and pick-up truck…. quite the random collection




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      • Iemand

        And a Porsche right?
        But then again, a Prius is weird. People drive them to drive economically beter, but not the right way. From all the times I saw a moving prius, I can only remember once that it was driving on the electric engine. The idea is great, people are just not using it right.




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  • Onions

    Never understood the indoor pool in southern cali homes. i guess if you have a ton of land and/or interior to play with but, as mentioned already, this home does not. this pool probably gets used twice a year.




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    • Jon

      yeah, having an indoor pool somewhere that is sunny 90% of the year is a waste of space.




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    • Stewie

      Couldn’t agree more. It always ticks me off when I see an indoor pool in Southern California. WHY????




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  • Bradley Ryan

    Looking at the pictures, I think this home was used in the movie ‘The Holiday’ — Not the inside, but the front looks very familiar. Does anyone know?




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