This lavish Italian-inspired mansion is located at 1159 Casper Circle in “The Valencia Estates” community of Corona, CA. Built in 2011, the home is situated on almost an acre of land and makes quite a statement inside. Almost all of the 11,513 square feet of living space features marble floors, beautifully detailed ceilings, crown molding and columns. There are 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, 2-story great room with balcony, magnificent 2-story paneled library, 2-story master bathroom, expansive patio with flat yard, outdoor BBQ area and fireplace, 4- car garage and more. It is listed at $5,300,000.

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  • Daniel

    I’ve always wanted to have a patio in lieu of a glistening pool…
    I’m happy that double bridal staircases aren’t nearly as popular as they seem to be elsewhere in this country.




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    • Nightmoves

      I wonder how long it would take to rip that out and put a single stair case right up the middle.




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      • Daniel

        Probably not too long. Quickest way to do it would be to buy a couple [hundred] stick of dynamite and blow the place up.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Disgusting.




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  • Grrrowler

    Ugh…it’s terrible. The interior is completely overdone, and not in a tasteful way. No pool, in a house this size, in a place that gets as hot as Corona? No thanks.




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  • Bella Dunn

    I toured the home. It is quite lovely for those who love French interiors. It does have a LARGE infinity pool overlooking the hills and close to the outdoor kitchen.




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    • Grrrowler

      Good to know about the pool.




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  • Limedaiquar

    I like the library…..and that’s it.




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  • Brian

    The library is ridiculous – For Display Purposes Only. The library in my house, which totals only 30% of this one, appears to hold more books, and without having to scale a ladder many trained firemen would fear to ascend. Overall, about as livable as a mausoleum. A fine place to be interred, however.




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    • Mak

      A mausoleum. What a great description. It fits perfectly.




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  • marc22

    Someone mentioned French Interiors? I thought the sales gimmick said it was Italian inspired? It is definitely neither. Can’t find an Italian historic period or a French monarchy that inspired this piece of architecture.

    It would however make a perfect catering hall.




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  • Mark

    Fit for a pope and nothing else.




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  • Chris

    I agree with marc22, this would make a lovely catering hall. Personally I do not mind it. The exterior is a mess, but the interior is fine with me. Ornate, but I could live with it.




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  • rob

    I nice little mausoleum in the desert. What a dream house.




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  • richvanc

    Even before I began to explore this TOMB, I was repelled by the double-bridal staircase. I just hate those things! But I was reassured to see that Daniel still knows how to use dynamite. I hope he still has those BULLDOZERS to clean up the remaining garbage! Glad there is a pool somewhere. I would float around in it while my dream home was being built on the remaining EMPTY lot. 😉




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