This stunning Mediterranean mansion is located at 20 Sunset Harbor in the Pelican Hill section of Newport Coast, CA. Built in 1996, the Italian-inspired residence has been completely renovated and features 11,505 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, grand double staircase, formal reception rooms, elevator, indoor swimming pool, 4-car garage, covered loggia, numerous terraces tennis court with viewing pavilion and an outdoor swimming pool. It is listed at $16,900,000.

*P.S – These are how listing photos should look! Superb quality!

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  • Limedaiquar

    The quality of these photos is wonderful. The things a good photographer can do. The interior is too clean for my taste but it is nice. So I was wondering why there was only a shot of the rear until I Binged the home. What a stange looking house…




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  • Daniel

    Oh come on. Did they honestly need a tennis court *that* badly? It’s not like Pelican Hill is known for its expansive lots. I could not pay $17 million to essentially pull up to a damn breezeway. Then again, I would never pay that much to live in a glorified zero-lot line community. Interior is on the dull side. Love the mausoleum-esque bathroom though.




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  • Grrrowler

    I actually like this house, and I think the interior is nice, although it is dull like Daniel said. A little more creativity and a little more color would go a long way. What I don’t like is the location, the lot, the tennis court, or the price. This poor house has been shoe-horned onto a lot that is best suited for a much smaller house, and then someone decided to make it 10 times worse and add the tennis court. I’m flat-out not a fan of Newport Coast and for the same money I can think of numerous other places I’d rather live, all of which would allow more land around the house.




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  • lambskin

    I too wondered what the front looked like as it was missing from the listing. I like the interior furnishings-contemporary and clean lines without being too modern. I don’t mind the tennis court-no problem shagging balls and no ugly fence. The pool is lovely (no infinity is a plus) as is the master bath. But I would like to see more pics.




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  • Brian

    At first I thought the room adjacent to the tennis court must be a tennis pavilion, but was quickly disabused of that notion. That room would be unusable should anyone actually decide to use the tennis court. Although it’s lovely to SEE people playing tennis, it’s not so lovely to HEAR it from 10 ft. away. Unless you turn your hearing aid off.




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  • architect121

    beautifully decorated- one of the few homes where the double bridal staircase doesn’t immediately make me cringe.




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    • Kenny Forder

      I agree! I think it’s because the staircase is situated farther back from the front entrance than most. (it’s not in your face)




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      • Brian

        I was thinking the same thing, also because the curvature is tight and controlled, not sprawling over the entire space. One of the best “doubles” I’ve seen.




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        • Kenny Forder

          Good point! I also like that it’s not a floating double. Floating double staircases create a lot of unusable space.




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  • architect121

    btw this is in the same neighborhood as Heather Dubrow’s mansion, on the corner of Pelicans Drive and Pelican Vista Drive




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