One of Pebble Beach’s first-built homes lists for $22.75M ahead of its 100th anniversary

BY Georgie Mihaila

A landmark property in Pebble Beach, 

and one of the first homes built in the Samuel F.B. Morse subdivision, has been listed for sale for the first time in nearly half a century.

The estate, built in 1924 by architect Clarence Tantau,

is now being offered at $22.75 million following an extensive renovation that prepares it for the next century.

Located at 1451 Ondulado Rd, the Clarence Tantau-designed house spans nearly 8,400 square feet of living space on 6.44 acres of land, spread across two parcels.


It features seven bedrooms, six full and three half bathrooms, and has been carefully updated to blend modern amenities with its original Spanish Revival charm.

Owned by the same family for close to 45 years, the property is now being brought to market for the first time in half a century, ahead of its centennial.

The renovation, completed in 2023,

also included a kitchen overhaul spearheaded by Monterey Kitchens, Inc., now featuring high-end appliances from Subzero, Wolf, and Miele, alongside quartzite counters & more.

Noteworthy features of the Pebble Beach house include two primary suites with ocean views, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, and original architectural elements like Douglas Fir floors and Terra-Cotta tiles.

To take a closer look at one of Pebble Beach's oldest homes - now listed for $22.75 million.