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Pebble Beach, CA’s Historic c.1924 ‘Villa Eden Del Mar’ Estate Hits the Market for $37M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Pebble Beach, CA’s Historic c.1924 ‘Villa Eden Del Mar’ Estate Hits the Market for $37M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Pebble Beach, CA’s Historic c.1924 ‘Villa Eden Del Mar’ Estate Hits the Market for $37M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
April 06
14:00 2018

Pebble Beach, CA’s Historic c.1924 ‘Villa Eden Del Mar’ Estate Hits the Market for $37M

3257 17 Mile Drive, Pebble Beach, California, United States, 93953

An impressive 2.8 acre oceanfront estate complete with four distinct structures has hit the market in Pebble Beach, California for $37,000,000. Described in 1925 as, ‘A Spanish Palace by the Sea’, Villa Eden Del Mar has long been considered one of the most renowned homes on the Monterey Coast and a treasured landmark in Pebble Beach. There is over 21,850 square feet of space spread over a large main house, a penthouse guest apartment, separate caretaker’s cottage and an oceanfront Lyceum. Designed by architect George Washington Smith and built in c.1924 as a wedding gift for Maud Bowers Bourn and husband Arthur Rose Vincent from her father William Bourn, ‘Asilo de L’Estrella’ was the original name given to the house and it later became Villa Eden Del Mar, as it remains today. The majestic entry to main house leads to the sumptuous living room and unparalleled views of the Pacific and the vast horizon beyond. The rich interior features high, carved wooden ceilings, an imposing fireplace and a spacious yet warm ambiance. With its elegant cut marble flooring and Renaissance feel, the Terrace Room is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows offering breathtaking 180-degree views of the Pacific and rugged coastline. This home exhibits meticulous craftsmanship in its custom laid marble tiled floors, carved wooden ceilings and massive stucco walls within which the likes of artists, celebrities, business tycoons and international royalty have been entertained. There are a total of 9 bedrooms and 18 bathrooms throughout the five buildings. It’s on the market for $37,000,000 with Carmel Realty Company.  Be sure to check out this article from May 1926 on the home and view a full set of plans here.

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