Location: 72 Golden Eagle, Irvine, CA

Square Footage: 10,777

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms & 9 bathrooms

Price: $10,950,000

This authentic Tuscan inspired mansion, dubbed “La Suvera” (derived from the French “Souveraine”, meaning Sovereign), is located at 72 Golden Eagle in the gated Shady Canyon community in Irvine, CA. It is situated on almost an acre of land and was built in 2008. It features approximately 10,777 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms and 6 full and 3 half bathrooms. The 1st floor features an entry foyer with staircase, main hallway with archways and groin ceiling, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen plus a prep kitchen, breakfast room, family room, library, guest suite, 2nd master bedroom suite with private entrance and a 9-car garage. The 2nd floor features the master suite and 3 additional bedroom suites. The walk-out lower level features a game room, 2-story home office, gym, wine cellar and French doors leading to a courtyard garden. The backyard features shaded loggias and patios, outdoor fireplace and BBQ area and an infinity edge swimming pool with spa.

Most of the rooms feature multiple French doors opening up to the spacious terraces and patios. I love when homes are like this because it allows for a great flow throughout the home and creates an indoor/outdoor feel. It’s even better than floor-to-ceiling windows. The exterior is definitely authentic as well as the interior. However, the interior, although elegant and traditional, is a little too bland in my opinion. It could use more elaborate detailing.

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  • Bella Dunn

    Have toured this home. Lovely home. 3 levels. Very Tuscan. Nice home but not my taste. Owners/ Builders have been sitting on this home for years, waiting for the market to go up. They have been the only occupants. They have set their minds on nothing less than 10M. Although very nice not sure they will get it in Shady Canyon. Architect is Richard Krantz, an extraordinary architect.




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  • Roberto Landi

    The backyard , the color of the house and some trees are so italian 🙂




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    • Kenny Forder

      I knew you’d love it 🙂




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  • Daniel

    Interior isn’t for me, but the exterior is nice.




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    I would have a different choice of interior, in some rooms not all. One thing I must say is that the exterior has poetry.




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  • Grrrowler

    Great exterior. I think it’s lovely, and even the view lot is decent. The interior has potential. I’m not fond of the paint treatments on the walls, and the furnishing are boring, but those could be fixed. I’m glad the interior is simple and hasn’t had a Versace-type treatment done to it. With some slightly better furnishings, it could be very nice. The biggest issue for me is that it’s in Irvine, and I certainly wouldn’t pay almost $11,000,000 to live in Irvine.




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  • Mak

    I like it. It feels true. I really like the reclaimed wood floors with that very earthy feel they give to the place. On the other hand, I’m not wild about the window choices. They feel too modern, and polished for the place. I would have gone with something much more rustic feeling, perhaps with many smaller panes, rather than the large glazing they use, along with wood frames.




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  • Venom

    I like it a lot, very nice. Is that bathroom alabaster, damn.




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