Villa Laura is a Mediterranean mansion located at 16268 Via Cazadero in Rancho Santa Fe, CA and is situated on 3 acres. It was built in 1990 and was designed by renowned architect, Cliff Mills, for worldwide racing and sailing champion Briggs Cunningham. It  boasts 16,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, entry foyer with French doors and 30 foot domed ceilings, sweeping wrought-iron staircase, grand salon, gourmet kitchen with two islands, upper gallery, elevator, beauty salon, panic room, 7-car garage and more. The grounds boast an entertainment pavilion, swimming pool with courtyard and guest house. It is listed at $6,450,000.

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  • Daniel

    Just a little suggestion: It probably isn’t a good idea to paint something such an intense color that it reflects back on other surfaces. If you’re a celestial object, that’s ok, but not when you’re a Fauxterranean built in 1990. Never heard of Mr. Mills, but I’ll just assume he thought the 80s would last for a few decades longer than they did.




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    • Marie

      Excellently put! the loud tacky coloring just kills this house.




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  • Scott

    I can’t even imagine how you would begin to fix this mess, and I don’t think the land alone is worth near the asking price.




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  • Onions

    It’s actually not that bad for the right color blind buyer.




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  • Grrrowler

    I think the Morrocan-style architecture could be salvaged, but it doesn’t look like it’s worth it. Any of the exterior details appear to be simple cast cemet, so no value there. The interior needs to be gutted and rebuilt. At that point it’s easier just to consider it a $6 million teardown.




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  • Alex

    EWWWW YELLOW AND RED CHECKERED!!!!! BLAAAA




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  • Venom

    If it was in Miami I would like it, but Miami homes belong in Miami, they only work there.




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  • NOVA Ben

    ewww gross.

    I think that just about covers it.




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  • Brian

    Mystery Solved. The supposedly “renowned architect, Cliff Mills” is actually only an illustrator, so no one should expect sophisticated architectural design. I suppose there is an interesting story as to exactly how he was tasked with designing this “abode” but I guess no one is talking at this point.




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