A newly built seaside mansion has recently hit the Corona Del Mar market, and it’s pretty much the perfect embodiment of California coastal living.
Located at 1501 Serenade Terrace within the Irvine Terrace residential community, the house was designed by Brandon Architects in an Eastern Seaboard style. Douglas Elliman’s Brian Johnson has been tasked with finding a buyer for the property, listed with an asking price of $5,695,000.
The brokerage is hosting an open house this Sunday, July 28th, from 1 to 4 PM, so potential homebuyers will get a chance to explore this lovely brand new home for themselves.
1501 Serenade Terrace features four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and one half-bath, across 3,900 square feet of living space. The property also incorporates an attached garage, an exercise room, an oversized media room, a spacious living room for relaxing and entertaining, and a private deck fitted with a built-in barbecue.
The master bedroom features a sitting area, a cozy fireplace, exquisite views of the ocean, as well as a master bath with a vanity, a soak-in bathtub, a stand-up shower and an expansive walk-in closet.
The rear of the house incorporates a living space fitted with a kitchen island, state-of-the-art appliances, a walk-in pantry and wired surround sound, making it the ideal spot to entertain guests and host dinner parties. The space also features a sliding glass wall connecting the room to the private deck, blending the indoor with the outdoor seamlessly.
The property at 1501 Serenade Terrace is conveniently positioned nearby popular attractions in the area, like the Newport Beach Country Club, Fashion Island, Corona Del Mar Village, Balboa Island, the John Wayne Airport, and more. The Abraham Lincoln Elementary School and Corona Del Mar High School are less than 2 miles away, as well.
The stylish, laid-back vibe of the house, complete with the superb views of the ocean, the harbor and Catalina Island, make this house the ultimate seaside oasis. If you can’t make it to the open house this weekend, check out the video tour below, released in April (the asking price has been lowered since then):
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