Location: 33 Strand Beach Drive, Dana Point, CA

Square Footage: 9,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 4 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

Price: $24,995,000

This STUNNING Pacific island-style contemporary oceanfront mansion is located at 33 Strand Beach Drive in Dana Point, CA and is situated on a quarter of an acre of land. The front features a 4-car front facing garage and a gated courtyard entry that features gas lanterns, fountains and tropical foliage. The bronze gate entrance of the courtyard can be opened up by a finger scan. The approximately 9,000 square foot interior features luxurious details including walnut flooring, seagrass ceiling, mahogany railings/woodwork, Venetian plaster walls and limestone throughout. As you enter the home, you are  greeted by a 2-story foyer with wrap-around mezzanine level, living room/dining room/family room that all feature sliding doors that open up to the terrace, gourmet kitchen with amazing blue onyx backsplash, breakfast room, two home offices, home theater with kitchenette, gym, playroom, massage room, two loggias (one off the theater with a sitting area and one off the gym with a spa) and more. The exquisite master suite features a sitting area, private balcony and his-and-hers bathrooms; with hers featuring a standalone tub with tiled walls. The rear of the home features the expansive terrace with sitting areas, fire pits and an infinity swimming pool with spa.

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  • Scott

    While there are some interesting spaces/finishes here and there, overall it’s far too monochromatic for my taste. Something about it just seems off…..




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  • Grrrowler

    I like it. I love the different textures and materials used in the interior. I would want more color in the place, but I love the bones and the backgrounds of the rooms. Ideally the furniture would include some more rustic elements to match the Polynesian theme, and include pieces with more interesting details in them. The master bathroom sink is beautiful, but I guess the owner doesn’t need to look in the mirror while doing his/her morning ablutions.

    The outside is attractive too; it has a slight Prairie Style vibe about it. The enclosed patios overlooking the ocean on the lower level look like great places to hang out. The topiary peace symbol in the back is silly.




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  • Daniel

    Love it. Reminds me of the Peter Marino designed manse at 60 Blossom Way. Really can’t find anything I dislike about it. The sunglasses display in the master closet is awesome. Question: Is Dana Point really that exclusive though, at least compared to other SoCal beachfront towns?




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    • Grrrowler

      Dana Point is quietly exclusive. Unlike Newport or Malibu it’s not a place to see and be seen; if someone wants to make the tabloids, they’re going to head for Malibu instead of Dana Point. There isn’t a lot there to draw tourists to the town, so it’s a quiet, but still lovely, community with some beautiful houses.




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  • Tony

    This is way overpriced!!! Does someone think Dana Point is Malibu or something??? Never heard of Dana Point!!!




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  • Tony

    There is an oceanfront house in Malibu available right now. Its on a bluff. It’s on over 1 and a half acres. Way nicer and way bigger for cheaper. Its over 12,000 square feet. This Dana Point Crap is only on a quarter of an acre. I’d definitely choose Malibu anytime. The Malibu home may need a little interior work to get it to look like your tastes but it is cheaper so with the money you save that gives you extra money to remodel and redecorate. But even without redecorating the Malibu house is far superior and it is older so it was built with far superior quality. Check out the link to the much nicer and cheaper Malibu home below:

    http://www.trulia.com/property/3000230518-26848-Pacific-Coast-Hwy-Malibu-CA-90265#photo-8




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    • Elliott

      Not oceanfront – below the bluff is Malibu Cove Colony Drive. That property is incredible. The lot layout is interesting, however with two outdoor pools, the main house, office, greenhouse, and pool house. Seems like a combination of existing properties. Some scenes from True Blood were filmed in the exquisite pool house. I would buy the Malibu property if I had $25 mil to spend.




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  • Tony

    this link takes you directly to the front facade of the Malibu home.

    http://www.trulia.com/property/3000230518-26848-Pacific-Coast-Hwy-Malibu-CA-90265#photo-1




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  • Tony

    This link shows a virtual tour of the Malibu home with really high resolution pictures

    http://www.chriscortazzo.com/currentlistings/california/malibu/90265/yZsRT/26848-Pacific-Coast-Hwy.htm




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  • Venom

    Beautiful place, I love it. I have no idea whether it is overpriced or not, but it is very nice.




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  • Mak

    It has a very southeast asia feel to it, almost Baliesque. The woodwork is very beautiful, especially the balcony area. I love the way the rooms open to the sea as they do. Peaceful, contemplative execution.




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  • Mark

    I have to say I prefer this one over the malibu one being touted. I think it’s just different aesthetics for different people.

    The malibu one does seem very good value for money when you look at it’s…lavishness and size. But I really enjoy this one’s understated and casual character. The interiors are very high end but not wanting to scream about it like the Bu house with texture and warmth but lots of high end minimalism too, check the bathrooms and kitchen (one of the best I’ve seen from American homes in ages IMO).

    Just different tastes for the those with the same amount to spend IMO. Neither is particularly lesser or greater.




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