This gorgeous Italian villa style oceanfront home is located at 170 Emerald Bay in the gated Emerald Bay community in Laguna Beach, CA. The homes that are  located on both sides of Pacific Coast Highway are joined through a historic one car tunnel. Currently, 170 Emerald Bay is the fourth most expensive home on the market in Laguna Beach. Built in 1993, the 6,000 square residence boasts 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, floor t0 ceiling 2-story windows, formal living and dining rooms, Beaumaniere Limestone floors throughout, 2-story great room with sweeping staircase and skylight, gourmet kitchen, gym, separate maid quarters, meditation room, temperature controlled wine cellar, huge bonus room on the lower level, dining terrace, two 1-car garages, wrap around viewing decks and more. It is listed at $20,000,000.

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • Hugh

    Very nice




    0



    0
  • Brian

    Weird, square dining room table does not match room proportions. There doesn’t seem to be a pool, so I guess residents are expected to frolic in the ocean. Also, I’m not too impressed with the proportions of the great room, but I guess a lot had to be sacrificed due to limitations of the site.




    0



    0
  • Grrrowler

    The house is nice enough, but I don’t love it. Laguna Beach started as an artist’s colony, and it still has a lot of creative quirkiness about it. This house embodies none of that creativeness. It’s just another beige SoCal mock med with a relatively bland interior . The interior spaces aren’t even very well proportioned; other than the great room and foyer, the ceilings all seem very low to me. For less money, there are nicer, and more interesting, houses in Laguna.




    0



    0
  • Onions

    Agree with Grrrowler. There are tons of homes available in LB and, even though this place has an amazing view, $20 million isn’t worth a 6,000 square home that’s a stone’s throw from the neighbors on both sides.




    0



    0
  • sam

    Looks like a tear down to me. Great Lot, but with a lack luster house on it.




    0



    0
  • Daniel

    Again, pulling up in my Phantom or something comparable to *this* would make me question my sanity. I don’t care how nice the view is or how the interior looks (in this case, the interior is very forgettable), the front facade is essentially garages with a three-foot long driveway. Terrible.




    0



    0
  • richvanc

    You said it Daniel…bring in the bulldozers! 😉




    0



    0
  • NOVA Ben

    BEEEEEEIIIIIIIIIGGGGGGGGGGE




    0



    0