BHHS CA Properties Featured Home: Could The Pirate’s Life Be For You?
If you’ve ever thought the pirate’s life was for you, but you’re also inclined to live a luxury lifestyle, we’ve found your perfect home.
Located in a private cul-de-sac in Coto de Caza is a sprawling estate that, when seen from above, closely resembles a theme park. As you approach the front door, however, you realize that this impressive home has much more to it than the half-scale replica pirate ship that first catches everyone’s attention.
Large, open rooms and impressive architecture are defining features in the main house. An elegant staircase enhanced by a sparkling chandelier greets guests and beckons them upstairs. Downstairs, a spacious kitchen that would delight any chef funnels into a living area complete with a fully stocked bar. This is just one of the many luxury amenities in this estate, which includes a billiards room, home theater, lounge, two offices, and seven fireplaces.
WHIMSICAL AND BREATHTAKING
Stepping outside is like entering a resort that is both whimsical and breathtaking. The themed pool is home to a waterfall, two large water guns, mini dock, and the replica pirate ship, complete with a cabin and cannons that give the whole setup a fairy tale-like feel. As you continue along the beautifully landscaped pathways, you encounter a pool house, a two-bedroom guesthouse, and perfectly manicured lawns.
If even that leaves you wanting more, at the edge of the property there’s a private lake and an entertainment pavilion, perfect for hosting social, formal, or business gatherings.
This unique property is 9.5 acres worth of creative design, thoughtful planning, and luxury taste. The main house encompasses approximately 14,000 square feet including six bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms in the main house; the entire property can be yours for $10.995 million.
A property like this is better seen than described, and you can view even more pictures in the feature article from L.A. Times Hot Property. The home is listed with John McMonigle from the BHHSCA Newport Beach ho can be contacted at 949.735.1004.