Location: 11 Highwater, Newport Coast, CA

Square Footage: 11,400

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms

Price: $12,995,000

This newly built Santa Barbara style new build is located at 11 Highwater in Newport Coast, CA and is situated on almost half an acre in the guard-gated community of Crystal Cove. It features approximately 11,400 square feet of living space with a total of 6 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. The first floor features an open concept living/dining area with fireplace, gourmet kitchen with adjoining breakfast room, family room, wood paneled office/library, guest bedroom suite and a separate guest casita. The 2nd floor features the sumptuous master suites with his-and-her bathrooms and custom walk-in closets as well as 3 additional bedroom suites. The lower level of the home features a gym with massage area, recreation room with custom bar and wall of flat screen televisions, a powder room, home theater with 135 inch screen, gift wrapping room and a spectacular wine cellar with tasting room. Other features include a gated motor court, 8-car garage, courtyard, numerous outdoor living/dining areas and a swimming pool with spa.

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  • Daniel

    Living room ain’t bad but the rest looks very generic. The speakers and air vents everywhere are incredibly distracting.




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  • Chicago

    Tough sell with all the empty lots around.




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    • mak

      Very true.




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  • Grrrowler

    It has some nice spaces, and some decent details, but most of it’s very plain. I do like the light wood floors. I do hate Newport Coast.




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  • lambskin

    I like this house. It is understated and I think will stand the test of time beautifully.




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  • Tony Massod

    Why is a 23 year old New Jersey Blogger posting a Newport Coast listing?
    The home looks magnificent and looks like it is priced right for the location, upgrades, view and this market.
    Congrats Chris and Craig




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    • Kenny Forder

      I’m 22, not 23, and what’s wrong with me posting a home from Newport Coast? Are you new to this blog? because I don’t post JUST New Jersey homes.




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    • Grrrowler

      What do Kenny’s age and location have to do with this, or any particular, house? You realize that the Internet reaches across state lines and isn’t limited to people over 30, don’t you?




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    • NOVA Ben

      Judging by your first sentence, I’m hoping we won’t be seeing you around here again.




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    • Venom

      WTF? What is the appropriate age that Kenny or any other blogger from New Jersey should be able to blog about a home? I have been coming here for awhile and I did not even know his age, kind of stalkerish dude.

      What are you congratulating them for, building a house, listing a house? People do it everyday, not a big deal. Maybe if you brown nose some more you might get the listing.




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    • Daniel

      Stalker much? The other posters summed up your foolishness pretty well…




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  • Marita

    Hey Kenny! What happened to “The Remodeling of the Manor” post?




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  • Bella Dunn

    Yet again another disappointing Newport Coast home. Will they ever get the price, lot, and architecture right?




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    • NOVA Ben

      I’m guessing not…I’m still waiting for that mythical appealing Newport Coast home. Not sure I’ll ever get it.




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  • John

    Well, isn’t Paul Merage’s house in Newport Coast? I think most can agree that his house is quite nice.




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    • Daniel

      I was going to post a link to his house but it seems the architect has taken it down. Merage’s is one of my all-time favorties. Dean Koontz’s house is also in the neighborhood, and something tells me the interior is nothing short of extraordinary. Can’t find any pics of it though.




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