Mediterranean Home by Architect Tom Meaney Reduced to $3.65M in Carmel, CA (PHOTOS)

Mediterranean Home by Architect Tom Meaney Reduced to $3.65M in Carmel, CA

$3,650,000 | Built 2014 | 4,070 Sq. Ft. | 3 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 4.17 Acres
2 Wild Turkey Run, Carmel, California, United States, 93923

Just a few miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, within the exclusive Santa Lucia Preserve community is this beautiful Mediterranean style residence designed by architect Tom Meaney and built in 2014. The property was on the market as much as $4.5 million in 2017 and was most recently listed for $4 million before dropping to $3.65 million. Unparalleled luxury and leisure come with the territory at this stunning single-level home. Relaxed elegance is captured in the home’s decor and design. A spectacular great room welcomes you upon entry and transitions flawlessly into the fantastic chefs kitchen and relaxing family room. The living areas open seamlessly to the outdoor entertaining spaces, creating a effortless connection to the stunning natural scenery. An enviable location offering exquisite privacy, yet walking distance to The Hacienda, Sports/Equestrian Facilities and amazing hiking/ horse riding trails. It’s on the market for $3.65 million with the Bambace Peterson Team of Compass.