1920 Spanish Revival Asks $7.99M in Carmel, California
$7,995,000 | Built 1920 | 5,100 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 3.11 Acres
232 Highway 1, Carmel, CA 93923
Built in 1920 by famed California artist, John O’Shea, as one of the first homes in the new subdivision known as Carmel Highlands, this Spanish Revival is on the market for $7.99 million in Carmel, California. Listing details: Oceanview villa’s magical grounds span over 3 acres from an entrance on Hwy 1 to a gated entrance on Spindrift with lower 1.5 acre development potential. The Spanish Revival home’s 5,100 square feet were completely renovated to include radiant heated floors, a gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances, a La Cornue range, French limestone and granite countertops, a built-in BBQ area, luxurious oceanview master suite, and a Turkish bath/spa with large jacuzzi, steam room with waterfall shower, and large walk-in dry sauna. Outside there are multiple seating areas to enjoy the wonderful indoor/outdoor living and limestone steps spilling from the top of the hill past fountains, fire pit area, and basketball court. This property has been flawlessly crafted to entertain friends and family or escape to your own private paradise by the sea. This home is on the market for $7.99 million with Tim Allen Properties. Photography by Wayne Capili, Interface Visual. Information found on the agent’s listing.
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