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Inside the Cliffside ‘Basic Instinct’ House in Carmel Highlands, California

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Inside the Cliffside ‘Basic Instinct’ House in Carmel Highlands, California

Carmel Highlands, California

A 12,000 square foot cliffside mansion made famous by the 1992 thriller Basic Instinct was last on the market in 2022 for $32.5 million. The property previously sold in 2018 for $14.4 million. As featured in Architectural Digest and the movie Basic Instinct, this California modern masterpiece meets the Pacific Coast at dramatic Wildcat Cove just minutes from Carmel. When listed in 2017, Realtor reported, “Locals say the price is a steal, given that the previous owners spent 20 years fine-tuning the property. It features cypress trees that have been cultivated to provide privacy while framing the spectacular water views from the house.” The 16-room, 12,000 square foot residence with views of iconic Point Lobos features 5 bedroom suites, with 7 full and 2 half baths, copper and glass roofing, breathtaking ocean views, 2 amazing kitchens, a must-see two-storey domed library, a party floor with second kitchen and Delfield Soda Fountain, plus so much more. The property is not currently on the market.

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