It’s rare to spot a truly wow-worthy location. But we’ve found a jaw dropper for sale in Laguna Beach, CA. This magnificent estate clings to a cliff on Crown Point and overlooks the crashing surf of the Pacific Ocean.
For the first time since 1968, the three-level home known as Casa Punta de la Corona is on the market, for $10.5 million.
“It’s one of the most beautiful views you’ll ever see. It’s a promontory with 180-degree views of the ocean and a staircase that leads down the cliff to a private beach with no other access,” says Douglas Elliman’s Matt Altman, who’s co-listing the property with his brother, Josh Altman, and Geoff Failla with the McMonigle Group.
“It’s priced to sell,” says Altman.
Aside from the spectacular perch, this place may not look like a multimillion-dollar home at first blush.
And while some might appreciate the unique period details, Failla suspects the 3,121-square-foot home might be a bit snug for today’s deep-pocketed buyers.
Failla notes it’s directly across the water from Seal Rock, which is one of the best snorkeling areas in the country. The orientation of the home offers not only the spectacular ocean views, but also the city lights of Laguna down the coast.
He also told us Crown Point and this home have been painted by many an artist over the decades. A new buyer will likely be able to spot paintings of the remarkable cliffside residence in restaurants and offices throughout town.
It’ll be interesting to see who wears the crown next and what shape the notable home will take.
“It’s a true landmark,” says Failla. “It’s the best development opportunity you’ll find here.”
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