This newly built Northern Italian inspired home is located at 1 Shell Beach in Newport Coast, CA. It was built by Rodeo Homes and boasts 5 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, Venetian plaster, elevator, Crestron technology, disappearing pocket doors to allow indoor/outdoor living, iPAD controlled home theater, temperature controlled wine cellar, gym, outdoor kitchen with bar, Italian glass tiled infinity edge swimming pool, subterranean 6-car garage and more. It is listed at $13,500,000.

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  • Daniel

    Exterior is a snooze. Interior is very nice. Looks like a very good canvas to decorate. I love the book matched marble and all-white motif in the bathroom! Perfect bathroom for Charlize! I could her using this as a second home to suck the life and silicone out of all the bimbos in this town (See the trailer below to see what I mean)!

    http://trailers.apple.com/trailers/universal/snowwhiteandthehuntsman/




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  • Leon

    I agree, the front of the house is nothing to write home about.That thing around the front entrance needs to gg; way out of proportion to the rest of the houseand just plain ugly. The interior is quite nice, especially the ceiling timbers are good but again, too large and ot of proportion. And who needs a hotel kitchen?




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  • Venom

    Some of the ugliest floors I have ever seen in my life with the exception of the master bathroom which is beautiful.




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  • Mark

    I pretty much like it, I find very cheesy that they have all of the fireplaces roaring with no freaking furniture…




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    • Iemand

      Fireplace photoshop ha 😉

      House is easy forgettable, the view is kinda nice though…




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  • NOVA Ben

    The front elevation does not make the kind of statement that I’d expect of a home with an asking price of $13.5 million.

    Inside is alright, I actually like the flooring in the entry, the wood and tile combination. Everything else is forgettable.




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  • Grrrowler

    Way too many floor types happening, and many of them are way too busy. Beyond that, it’s a yawn-fest. For the same money I’d rather have something directly on the ocean.




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