Location: 4 Mystique, Newport Coast, CA

Square Footage: 13,600

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 9 bathrooms

Price: $22,800,000

This newly built Mediterranean style mansion is located at 4 Mystique in Newport Coast and is situated on 2/3 of an acre of land. It features a gated front entrance with fountain and lush landscaping. The inside boasts approximately 13,600 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 7 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with grand double staircase, formal dining room with wall of glass, formal living room, small atrium with fountain, European style ballroom, gourmet kitchen, family room with fireplace, game room with wet bar, recreation room with wet bar, 850 bottle climate-controlled wine cellar, home theater, gym, 10-car subterranean garage and more. Outdoor spaces include multiple loggias, covered patio with fireplace, BBQ and bar area, fire pit, putting green and an infinity swimming pool with 10-person spa.

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  • Daniel

    Eh. Too prissy. They went a bit overboard with the ceiling medallions, crown molding and marble. The wall of glass in the dining room is pretty cool. But alas, nice view, and too pricey.




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    • Teddi

      I usually love ceiling medallions but after the 4th one I thought, enough already.




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  • Grrrowler

    I like the exterior, although it’s not groundbreaking. The interior courtyard looks particularly nice. However, the house won’t look anywhere near as nice after it’s hemmed in on both sides by other houses that are also too large for the lots. The interior is overwrought and uptight looking. The rooms look like they were designed more to make the occupants feel important than to be comfortable.

    It seems there has been a proliferation of Newport Coast houses on the site lately. I know there are other neighborhoods more deserving of our attention.




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    • Jason

      EXACTLY what he said. I concur with Grrrowler on most of his post.




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    • Teddi

      Yep, I hadn’t even paid attention to that, but you’re right, once all the pretty green grass on the sides are gone to make way for houses that will sit touching distance from this one, it won’t look so great then.




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  • Chicago

    Spring fever in the OC




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  • Bella Dunn

    Magnificent! I love it! Of course I would change the rooms with dark wood and change the dreadful wood flooring on the lower level. But I do love it. It is my type of home. Now for the bad news, once again a grossly overpriced Newport Coast home. When will the Realtors ever learn. The time for grossly overpriced homes getting the asking price is over. Stop the nonsense Zillow clearly states that this home is valued between $4.35M – $7.67M. Hello Orange County Realtors can we please get real with the pricing of the Newport Coast homes? Even Rancho Santa Fe Realtors have become realistic in most of their pricing of luxury estates. So wake up Newport Coast Realtors!!!




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  • Teddi

    Am I the only one who thinks it’s an egregious sin to have that gorgeous inlay on the dining room floor that no one will get to see since the table is sitting right on it? I don’t think they thought about where the table would have to go when they had it done. Terrible and wasted oversight.

    The theater lost me with that hideous red carpet. LOVE that dressing room. The kitchen is disappointing when compared to the rest of the house. I like the fountain that is an unusual but wonderful focal point upon entry though I don’t like the way it’s boxed in like that. Love the outdoor living area with tv and fireplace. Seems like a lovely place to sit out and relax in cool whether. Though who would watch tv with a view like that right there.




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  • Venom

    I like it a lot, not bad. Could do with a little work on some things but overall it is good. Price is a little high though.




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  • andi

    Beautiful area and nice homes, the problem is the small lot size. The lots need to be wider for houses of this price and size. The lots should start at an acre. I’m surprised more developers didn’t build on double and triple lots. The prices warrant the extra space. At 22 million, I would at least want room for a tennis court if not a tennis court itself.




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  • Paul

    I agree with andi. The aerial view shows the line demarcating where the tress and shrubs will end. Looks bizarre. Right now with the grass on either side it looks like their LAN, but wait til the land is built upon with two other oversized houses on tight lots. You gotta love this house a lot to compromise on that issue. Or not care because you want house house house. Couldn’t tell if the land goes up to the edge for the view.
    ….I love the staircases a lot, elegant yet open.




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