Hark! Who goes there?
We don’t know about you, but when we stumble upon a house that’s got its own suit of armor, we just HAVE to see more!!!
Apparently we have been in a castle-kinda mood of late. Hmmm. Maybe our next post will include houses with moats. Sensing a theme here in this time of shelter in place.
Anyway, back to this gorgeous place! Located at 3930 Ronda Road in Pebble Beach, the $12.5 million property has got a lot going for it.
The six-bedroom, seven-and-three-half-bath home also comes with a two-bedroom, two-bath guesthouse–all sited on 1.53 stunning acres. Designed by John Newcomb and built by Doug Borregaard.
Represented by Tim Allen Properties. < Click right there to go directly to the listing.
Here are our favorite things, besides EVERYTHING about that wine cave.
- The views of Carmel Beach, Point Lobos and the ocean.
- The flowing brook.
- The outdoor kitchen and entertaining areas.
- The magnificent landscaping
- All that gorgeous stonework.
- Actual 17th Century fireplaces.
The home features radiant-heated limestone floors, inlaid cedar and hand-scraped high cedar-beam ceilings, his-and-hers baths and closets in the master, private office opening to an enclosed patio, game room with wet bar, media room and 3-car garage. There is also a separate 2-bedroom, 2-bath guest house will kitchen and sitting room.