5.54 Acre Mediterranean Style Estate in Carmel, CA Reduced to $5.5M (PHOTOS)

5.54 Acre Mediterranean Style Estate in Carmel, CA Reduced to $5.5M

$5,495,000 | Built 2003 | 7,282 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 5.54 Acres
11 Garzas Trail, Carmel, California, United States, 93923

A 7,282 square foot Mediterranean style home designed by architect Hart Howerton in Carmel, California has been reduced to $5.5 million. Built in 2003 on a 5.54 acre estate complete with courtyard, covered terraces and a charming greenhouse, the Hart Howerton design showcases quality of construction and many finishes imported from Europe. A few design details to note are the vaulted ceiling over the dining table to enhance conversational acoustics, French Limestone floors and countertops, a Spanish Revival chefs kitchen, an Italian inspired wine cellar, hand-wrought Ironwork, Venetian & Spanish light fixtures and massive hand-hewn beams. There are 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms with the master suite occupying a private wing with his & her baths, ample closets and a study. The landscape and setting along the Garzas Creek and Halls Ridge hiking trails offers Preserve living at its best. It’s on the market for $5.5 million with Lisa Guthrie of Santa Lucia Preserve Realty.








































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