Courtesy of Compass, Quentin Priddy.
Reached at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, this elegant Italianate villa graces one of only two promontory sites in The Pinnacle at Monarch. The prized location offers unobstructed vistas of the Pacific and Catalina Island, as well as the sound of crashing waves below. From within the house or while strolling across the lush lawns of one of the exclusive enclave’s largest lots, family and friends may also delight in views of nearby Three Arch Bay and Salt Creek Beach, as well as the tranquil slopes of Badlands Park. The home’s timeless appeal stems from its architectural symmetry and exquisite European artisanal touches. Superb stone and ironwork abound, beginning with the glass and iron front door. At over 7,500 square feet complete with elevator, the house was made for gatherings large and small. The palatial living room and the stately dining room inspire indoor-outdoor flow to a spacious covered loggia through French doors. On the lower level, a media room with wet bar invites intimate gatherings and the adjacent, immaculate ten-car garage will inspire the automotive collector. Situated above it all on the property’s southernmost point, the swimming pool’s no-horizon design conveys the sense of floating above the surrounding parklands. At The Pinnacle, a distinct community within Laguna Niguel’s matchless Monarch Point, hiking trails, community pools and tennis courts await residents’ enjoyment. World-renown shopping and coastal beauty are just moments away.
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