Contemporary Home Overlooking Carmel Bay by Piechota Architecture Sells for $13.7M
SOLD | Built 1999 | 8,969 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 0.36 Acres
2645 Ribera Road, Carmel, California, United States, 93923
Set in a small community overlooking Carmel Bay, this nearly 9,000 square foot contemporary home was designed by architect Daniel Piechota of Piechota Architecture and built on a 0.36 acre lot in 1999. The home hit the market in June for $14.5 million and sold for $13.7 million in November. Piechota apprenticed with Mickey Muenning as a contributing architect for Post Ranch Inn. The home, designed with privacy in mind, appears much more modest from the street-side with most of the living space opening to the terraced yard. The grand entrance with its soaring barrel-vaulted ceiling of Alaskan Yellow Cedar and towering walls of glass framing breathtaking views of the Point Lobos coastline make for the perfect setting for the living and dining rooms. The master suite shares the stunning view and can be transformed into a cozy private escape with sliding doors, fireplace and expansive closets and his and her bathrooms. The lower level also embraces the view with a family room, 3 guest suites and professional home theatre. A gourmet kitchen, fully-equipped home gym, and elevator serving all levels complete this exceptional home. Situated minutes to Carmel-by-the-Sea along a secluded stretch of Carmel Bay and easy access to Ribera Beach, this 4 bedroom, 5.5 bath architectural masterpiece offers outstanding panoramic views of the ocean and Point Lobos. The property was on the market for $14.5 million with Nicholas Canning of Sotheby’s International Realty.