Location: 15 Sailview, Newport Coast, CA

Square Footage: 15,507

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 8 bedrooms & 11 bathrooms

Price: $20,000,000

This newly listed Mediterranean style mansion is located at 15 Sailview in the prestigious Pelican Hill enclave of Newport Coast, CA. It is situated on 1.25 landscaped acres, which is a good amount of land for a home in this neighborhood. It was built in 1997 (one of the more old homes in the neighborhood) and features approximately 15,507 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, elevator, formal living areas, gym, circular home theater, 8-car subterranean garage, large terrace and much more. The resort style grounds feature a regulation size tennis/basketball court, fruit groves and gardens and a swimming pool with spa, grotto and waterfall cascading down from the terrace spa.

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  • Nick

    The name Julie Cooper-Nichol comes to mind when seeing this. Probably selling for the same reasons too.




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  • Daniel

    Are you kidding me? As if Newport Coast lots weren’t small enough…so they decide to put a tennis court on one of them? Pointless waste of space. The house is surprisingly bare inside…I was at least expecting some faux finishing or dark wood.




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  • Grrrowler

    I wouldn’t want to live in Newport Coast, but were this mine, I’d love the tennis court and make a large lawn out of it. It’s just too tight on the lawn as-is. I honestly don’t mind the exterior; it doesn’t look bad up close. Of course, it also looks like every other house in the neighborhood. The interior is truly a blank slate. For $20 million I’d like a little more than some basic white walls and marble tile floors.




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  • Magnuss

    Why does everyone hate Newport Coast? Grrrowler?

    This isn’t far from Paul Merage’s house. Magni removed the photos and never brought them back.

    And no one saved any.




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    • Grrrowler

      I’m not a fan of Newport Coast because it feels, for the most part, like a suburban tract house development on steroids. There isn’t much character to the neighborhood, so many of the houses are so similar, and the lots are small compared to the sizes of the houses. The houses, generally, don’t feel like they have a permanence, and there’s a cookie cutter feel to many of them. There are other areas where houses are very similar (most Rancho Santa Fe houses are indistinguishable from their neighbors) but they’re on larger lots, sometimes of several acres. Unlike the surrounding houses, this one has a nice double lot and, like I said (my typo in my original comment was supposed to lose, not love), I’d ditch the tennis court in favor of more lawn and gardens. But, this size lot is a rarity in the development. Finally, to be in Orange County I’d want to be ON the water, not just looking at it. I’d gladly live in a smaller waterfront house in Laguna Beach or Newport Beach than a big something in Newport Coast.

      This is just my opinion and YMMV.




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    This is an amazing home for a very large family with children, plenty yard and nature to play in. Ample room for adult entertaining, and children’s parties with friends.




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  • Venom

    Is this one of Kobe’s houses, I swear I have seen it before, looks like one of them.
    That being said it is kind of bland and definitely does not seem worth $20 million.




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