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Oceanfront Home in Pebble Beach, California, Sells for a Record $36.3 Million

The 15,000-square-foot mansion found a buyer in less than a month

Fang Block | Mansion Global

An oceanfront home in the golf resort community of Pebble Beach, California, has sold for $36.3 million, making it the most expensive residence in the area.

One of only 31 oceanfront homes in Pebble Beach, the 1.5-acre property has approximately 200 feet of private ocean frontage and offers roughly 15,535 square feet of living space with six bedrooms, six full and five half bathrooms, according to the listing with Shelly Lynch of Carmel Realty.

Dubbed Cypress Manor for the lush lone cypress trees on the grounds, the home was completed in 2019, a product of seven years in design and construction, according to the listing. It was built with galvanized structural steel, granite and other hand-picked materials in a perfect position to capture sunset, nature and rocky coastal views, the listing said.

Standout features of the home include 25-foot ceilings, a sweeping staircase, advanced security, a commercial-grade movie theater and a whale-watching deck, according to the listing.

The property was listed in November 2021 for $39.8 million and entered into contract in less than a month, listing records show. The sale closed last Friday for $36.3 million.

Listing agent, Ms. Lynch, and the buyer’s agent, The Canning Properties Group of Sotheby’s International Realty – Carmel Rancho Brokerage, did not respond to requests for comment.

The transaction has yet to appear in property records, and Mansion Global could not determine the identity of the buyer. The seller was listed as a limited liability company. The sale makes it the most expensive home in Pebble Beach, according to Zillow. The second-priciest home traded for $33.8 million last December. The most expensive listing in the area has a price tag of $47.888 million.


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