One of the luxury homes in the Montage Private Residence estates of Laguna Beach is on the market for an asking price of $27.5 million. The luxury home has one of the best locations possible in California. The home is nestled on a bluff overlooking one of California s most spectacular stretches of oceanfront. The architecture and the interior designing are both innovative and premium giving the residents the ultimate comforts and luxury. The bonus that comes with the house is the warm and gracious service of Montage Laguna Beach, the resort spread over a 30 acre oceanfront lot.
The Laguna Beach home has been designed at three levels. It is masterful architecture that integrates indoor and outdoor spaces seamlessly. The stunning residence provides a total of 7,500 square feet of living space and the position of the house is such that it provides breathtaking ocean views. The luxury of the house is enhanced by the fact that the residents enjoy access to the resort s amenities, including Spa Montage, the Mosaic Pool and cabanas, dining at Montage s acclaimed restaurants, and full concierge services. Guests visiting the residence during the summer will definitely rate it as the best beach vacation ever.
The interiors of the home need special mention as they have been decorated by international designer Shelley Starr. She has used the finest materials and only custom furnishings to achieve the exclusive and gracious look and ambience. At the same time the home is very sleek and modern. The living experience in the home is enhanced by unique water features and a spectacular infinity edge pool and spa. The bar whose walls are covered in steel is sure to impress any visitor. The selection of material and design is very harmonious. The stone in the kitchen compliments the cabinets and the television is incorporated in the wall unit beautifully. Bathrooms attached to bedrooms don’t have doors. It could be the beginning of a new trend. To add to the serene beauty of the house there is plenty of greenery around the house.
Via: businessinsider, zillow