Home of the Day: A tricked-out modern farmhouse in Corona del Mar
A cantilevered window wall operated by a manual gear-crank system is among the custom touches at this modern interpretation of a European farmhouse, found in the Cameo Shores enclave of Corona del Mar.
Designed for intimate entertaining, a subterranean courtyard set within a two-story steel-and-glass curtain features an artful fire pit and water feature. A 3,000-square-foot lounge level is complete with a home theater, game room, wine cellar and wet bar.
Address: 4601 Perham Road, Corona del Mar, 92625
Price: $13.995 million
House size: 7,721 square feet, five bedrooms, eight bathrooms
Lot size: 10,454 square feet
Architect: Chris Brandon, Brandon Architects
Developer: Spinnaker Development
Interior designer: Kevin Smith, Details Design Firm
Features: Mahogany wood-paneled ceilings, Travertine and wood floors, exposed steel beams, glassed-in floating staircases, cantilevered steel window wall, open-plan living areas, chef’s kitchen, subterranean courtyard, entertainment level with theater, game room and wet bar, infinity-edge swimming pool, ocean views
About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 92625 ZIP Code in July was $2.564 million based on 16 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 28.2% increase in median price compared to the previous year.
Agents: Ron Millar, Arbor Real Estate Professionals, (949) 233-8080
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