$4.8 Million Homes in California

Monterey | $Four.75 Million

A Georgian Revival-style home constructed in 1939, with seven bedrooms, 4 full bogs and two half bogs, on a Four.Four-acre lot

This grand property was constructed by George Loorz, the overall contractor for Hearst Castle, in 1939. The sellers have owned the property for 20 years and have made some updates, however a lot of the unique craftsmanship — together with moldings in the residing and eating rooms, and wooden paneling in the library — stays intact.

This a part of California is in style with golfers: Pebble Beach Golf Links is about 15 minutes away, and 4 different programs are inside a 30-minute drive. Other native sights embrace Cannery Row and Monterey Bay Aquarium, about 10 minutes away by automobile.

Size: 7,467 sq. toes

Price per sq. foot: $569

Indoors: An ornate wrought-iron gate flanked by tall hedges separates this property from the road, and a winding driveway results in the entrance door. The lobby has colourful chinoiserie wallpaper and extensive, arched doorways with Georgian-style moldings.

Through the arch to the fitting of the entry is a proper lounge with a fire mantel detailed in gold leaf, three units of French doorways that open to the backyard, and crystal sconces. Through the arch to the left is a wood-paneled library with built-in bookshelves and painted by hand stained-glass home windows going through the patio.

Straight again from the entry is a proper eating room with herringbone-patterned wooden flooring and a bay of home windows searching to the yard. A swinging door connects this room to the kitchen, the place the cupboards are painted in a muted shade of inexperienced and the middle island is topped with marble.

Off one facet of the kitchen is a visitor suite with a big bed room and a pink marble lavatory with a deep soaking tub; off the opposite is a hallway that results in a house health club with Spanish-style tile flooring. There are additionally two half bogs on this degree — one off the kitchen corridor and the opposite off the lobby; each have colourful floral wallpaper.

A staircase with a sublime wooden banister leads from the lobby to the second ground, the place there are six bedrooms. At the highest of the steps are two visitor rooms, one giant sufficient to carry a king-size mattress and the opposite barely smaller; they share a full lavatory with a walk-in bathe. A door permits each bedrooms and the lavatory to be closed off from the hallway, so they may operate as one giant suite.

Across the corridor is the first suite, which has a chandelier, unique paneling on the partitions and a fire surrounded by marble and topped with a mirror that has a painted pastoral scene set into the body. The en suite lavatory has two vanities and floral wallpaper extending to the closet doorways.

At the far finish of the primary hallway is one other suite with three bedrooms and a full lavatory. One of the bedrooms has a mirrored closet, and all three are giant sufficient to carry queen-size beds.

Outdoor house: Most of the rooms on the primary ground have entry to the out of doors areas, which embrace a manicured backyard with low, flowering hedges and mature fruit bushes. Brick pathways join the gardens to a number of small patios, and a bigger brick patio simply off the primary home provides ample house for entertaining. A walkway leads from the home all the way down to a swimming pool with a rock waterfall surrounded by palm bushes. The indifferent storage has three parking spots, and there may be room for extra automobiles in the driveway.

Taxes: $59,376 (estimated)

Contact: Tim Allen, Tim Allen Properties, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 831-214-1990; timallenproperties.com

Credit…Bowman Group Media for Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty

San Clemente | $Four.eight Million

A beachfront home constructed in 2013, with 4 bedrooms and 4 bogs, on a zero.06-acre lot

This home is in the Capistrano Shores neighborhood, which was based as a mobile-home park in the 1960s and is now the positioning of a mixture of midcentury modular properties and new building. The neighborhood’s major draw is the shoreline; many homes, together with this one, have direct seaside entry. Several informal eating places and outlets promoting bicycles and browsing gear are inside strolling distance, as is the San Clemente Metrolink Station, with trains to San Diego and Orange County. Downtown San Diego is about an hour away by automobile; Laguna Beach is a half-hour in the opposite route.

Size: 2,654 sq. toes

Price per sq. foot: $1,809

Indoors: A gate on the avenue opens to coated patio extending to the ocean-facing facet of the home. A Dutch door set in the center of the patio leads right into a lobby with hardwood flooring that stream into an open residing space.

At the far finish of this house is a sitting space organized round a fire with a white mantel and built-in cupboards. A floor-to-ceiling window faces an oceanfront patio, and glass pocket doorways open to a coated portion of a facet patio, turning it into an outside living-and-dining room with seaside entry.

The adjoining kitchen has soapstone counter tops, a six-burner vary and a devoted beverage fridge. A eating nook reverse the middle island has built-in seating.

Also on this degree, off the entryway, are a visitor room with a built-in desk and en suite lavatory, a half lavatory, and a laundry room with extra soapstone counters.

On the second degree is an open household room with house for a sectional couch and an leisure middle. A door on one facet of this house results in a house workplace with a non-public deck overlooking the ocean. Next door is the first bed room, additionally designed to maximise ocean views with a big window; the en suite lavatory has a farmhouse-style double sink and a walk-in bathe.

On the opposite facet of this ground are two visitor rooms with vaulted ceilings, roughly equal in measurement. They share a rest room with a double vainness and sea glass-inspired tile trim.

Outdoor house: The open-air part of the lower-level patio is supplied with a built-in barbecue, a bar and an outside bathe. The coated a part of the patio features a firepit and a glass door that results in an oceanfront deck with house for lounge chairs. The seaside is steps away. A single-car storage is hooked up to the home.

Taxes: $60,000 (estimated), plus a $796 month-to-month house owner affiliation payment

Contact: Doug Echelberger, Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, 949-463-0400; sothebysrealty.com

Credit…AJ Krappman

San Marino | $Four.788 Million

A 1928 Mediterranean-style home with 5 bedrooms and 4 and a half bogs, on a zero.76-acre lot

San Marino, a small metropolis east of Pasadena, is finest referred to as the house of the Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens, a posh established by the railroad magnate Henry E. Huntington that features a assortment of greater than eight million manuscripts. Also in San Marino, just a few blocks from this home, is the Old Mill, a museum run by town that’s believed to be the oldest industrial constructing in Southern California. Strict historic preservation legal guidelines imply that many San Marino properties constructed in the 1920s and 1930s nonetheless have their unique facades. This home was designed by the architect Heth Wharton, who constructed plenty of condo complexes in the realm.

Size: 5,759 sq. toes

Price per sq. foot: $831

Indoors: The home is ready again from the road, behind a garden and a round driveway. The wooden entrance door opens right into a lobby with excessive ceilings, painted panorama scenes on the partitions, an iron mild fixture and a staircase with a wrought-iron railing.

To the left is a proper lounge with a black-marble hearth and casement home windows going through the entrance porch. Off one facet of the room is a research with built-in bookshelves and entry to a coated patio; off the opposite is the first suite, which has a big closet, a rest room with heated flooring and a moist bar.

Across the lobby is a proper eating room with purple floral wallpaper and extra casement home windows going through the entrance porch. A close-by breakfast room is papered in a blue-and-orange lattice print that echoes the intense orange china cupboards and matching ceiling trim. The adjoining kitchen has cupboards painted the identical shade, and a ceiling and partitions trimmed with white and blue subway tile. A laundry room off the kitchen connects this a part of the home to a visitor room with an en suite lavatory.

Upstairs, the hallway is open to the lobby beneath, and the most important of the second-floor bedrooms is to the fitting of the touchdown; it has a walk-in closet and an en suite lavatory tiled in pink and black (a well-liked shade mixture in properties of this era). Next door, a small room with plaid wallpaper and unique cupboards may make a great nursery. Two extra bedrooms, with built-in closets and unique doorknobs, are off the primary hallway; a non-public hallway connects them to a full lavatory with aqua and white tile.

Outdoor house: Behind the home is a coated patio with ample house for a eating desk and extra furnishings, together with an outside kitchen with a grill and a sink. A paved walkway connects the patio to a swimming pool with a fiberglass cowl. A flat expanse of grass past the pool has house for play gear or a backyard, and the perimeter fence is lined with mature bushes. The indifferent storage holds three automobiles.

Taxes: $59,856 (estimated)

Contact: Sarah Rogers, Compass, 626-390-0511; compass.com

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