This single story home is located at 20382 Cypress Street in Newport Beach, CA and was completed in 2008. It is situated on nearly an 1/2 acre of land and boasts a 4,200 square foot home with with 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, living room, family room, game room and a swimming pool. The most impressive feature is the 2,850 square foot 12+ car detached garage with RV and boat access/storage; a car enthusiast’s dream!! It is listed at just $2,195,000. Quite the deal if you ask me! (although the lot is small)

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  • Cole

    I agree, a very good deal. The interior is nice, but your right, the lot is small




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  • Daniel

    I think it is great that someone built a garage for 12 cars, but I think this is not the appropriate setting. The garage is nearly the same size as the house. At this listing price, I can see it being filled with a Hummer, a Lexus, Mercedes and maybe a Ferrari OR Porsche. This home will be a hard sell, even at this apparently low price, because the average person in this price range simply doesn’t have 12 cars, unless they want to open a shop in their backyard.

    The home itself is quite ugly, and the driveway to the back garage is a serious waste of space. Inside is normal.

    I would convert the garage into a guest house. I think above-ground garages with a capacity greater that 8 cars are a waste of space and if possible, should be built underground.




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  • LE

    I think it’s a pretty cool setup. I think the inside of the house looks awesome and the property is clearly set up for very low maintenance. Certainly not something I would want for myself but could see someone wanting something like this, especially at this price.

    As for the $500,000 cars…a car enthusiast doesn’t necessarily only want exotic cars…someone who could afford this property could easily fill it with classic muscle cars and older sports cars. My neighbor comes to mind for that. He’s always got 5-6 cars in his garage or out in the driveway, along with his collection of motorcycles and neither of us are close to be millionaires.

    I’d probably end up turning the garage into a woodshop because I prefer building projects like furniture and custom speakers for my home theater. Actually, turning part of that into a home theater would rock. My wife hates hearing Led Zeppelin at 125 db so a separate building might be just what I need. Keep Rockin’! \m/




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  • kilweif

    I’m usually one to bash these types of homes, but I really like it. While the garage is huge in proportion, for a person with a wife and perhaps one kid 4200 living sq footage is plenty. I could live in that garage since it is finished and appears to be under air. My only complaint is that the view from the road (first pic) looks like total dick. However, I think that could be fixed with some better landscaping.




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