This trophy oceanfront estate is located at 5305 Carlsbad Boulevard in Carlsbad, CA. It was built in 2007 and is situated on 1.5 landscaped acres with 166 feet of ocean frontage. It boasts approximately 10,000 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, game room with bar and poker table, 12-seat home theater with bar, gym, 600 square foot office, 3-car garage, swimming pool, 6 oceanfront patios, detached guest house and much more. It is listed at $29,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    It looks like a very interesting and beautiful property. Too much wood in many of the rooms, but I think it may have a lot to do with the terribly over-saturated and over-sharpened photos. Kind of hilarious how they couldn’t resist not opening the door on the SLS. DOES IT COME WITH THE HOUSE? IF NOT, DON’T SHOW IT OFF AS IF IT DOES!




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    • NOVA Ben

      Agreed on the oversaturated photos. If the property is amazing on its own, don’t oversell it by fooling with the photos. If it’s that great, it doesn’t have anything to hide.

      Ditto on the car comment…I’m okay with cars in the photo if the photo is inside a garage, but no need to flaunt what’s in there if it doesn’t convey.




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  • Venom

    A very very nice house. It looks like something that belongs in Hawaii which is a good thing. The photoshopping of the photos is a bit much I admit, but they look nice and they would probably get me to come look at it.

    And with regards to the SLS and any other interesting cars they might have, if they are there in the photos or on the property when I look at it, I consider them included in the deal:) They can keep the SLK though…




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    • John L.

      Why would one ever drive that SLK when there’s an SLS right next to it? At least if it were an SL 65 or SL 600 it would be a more difficult decision.




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      • Venom

        I thought about it for awhile and came to the conclusion that the SLK is for when they need to slum it to the grocery store or some little Mexican restaurant that they like and they don’t want to get carjacked and killed.
        It may also be for guests to drive when they come in town and stay with them.




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        • Daniel

          Either way the upcoming SLS Roadster will render them both pointless. With *only* a 3-bay garage you really need to have a bit more discretion, especially at this price range.




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        • Grrrowler

          I used to know people who lived in Greenwich who kept an E550 for getting around town when they didn’t want to be conspicuous in their better cars. The maids would also use it for grocery shopping and other errands when the owners weren’t driving it, so it’s not such a far-fetched idea.




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          • NOVA Ben

            You’re all wrong, the SLK is for the wife/20-years-younger girlfriend

            Or spoiled daughter




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          • Venom

            Ben, no wife that lives in a $30 million house is going to drive something as low rent as an SLK, she will be laughed at incessantly. At bare minimum she is going to drive an SL and even then that is low rent at that level. She would most likely drive a Bentley GTC, a Ferrari convertible or Maserati convertible or Phantom convertible.

            I would hardly classify someone that can afford a $30 million house giving their daughter an SLK as spoiling them. It would be the complete opposite in my opinion. I know a few physicians that have given their kids new E classes, some of them AMGs and they are balling at nowhere near the level of this guy.




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          • NOVA Ben

            I know all those things very well, I was more being sarcastic than making a statement that was literally true about this particular family situation. I do agree with you as far as what the wife/daughter are more likely to be driving, but that agreement doesn’t really explain why there’s an SLK63 in this garage.




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  • James

    Is the SLK the maid’s car?




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  • Grrrowler

    I love this place. I could move in without changing anything. It’s tasteful and subtle, and looks comfortable at the same time. The interior is is subdued but really well detailed and has some nice, appropriate, splashes of color. I truly appreciate that the secondary bedrooms have also been decorated, instead of just having some white paint slapped up and ugly curtains put on the windows, like happens in so many of the houses we see. Carlsbad is also a great area, that’s much more low-key than La Jolla or any of the Orange County beach communities.




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  • matt c.

    Like it a lot.
    Totally reminds me of Hawaii ( at Kukio on the Big Island ) .
    For 29 Million, I’m saying the SLS better be included !




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  • Mark

    3000$ per square foot? They could keep the SLS, but give me a steep discount on the house.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I don’t see a single pic of this property I don’t like. Everything is absolutely gorgeous, 1000% livable and dripping in taste and quality. My only gripe would be how close the peasants are, but that’s just being nitpicky.




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