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LUXE1 Panoramic Pebble Estate
Panoramic Ocean View Estate in Pebble Beach.
Panoramic Ocean View Estate in Pebble Beach.
The ocean stirs the heart, inspires the imaginationn, and brings eternal joy to the soul. Within close distance to Pebble Beach Golf Links, one can revel in nearly two acres of land overlooking the vast Pacific with views stretching from Point Lobos to the South and Santa Cruz to the North. Private gated the entry. The main residence was designed to take advantage of the 180-degree panoramic views from most of the rooms. Privacy is assured with the home positioned at the end of one of the most coveted locations in Pebble Beach reaching down to the iconic 17 Mile Drive. The classic Mediterranean architecture provides the perfect background for this stately residence.
You will be just a short drive out the back of the property onto the 17 Mile drive that offers many world-famous attractions.
The famed Lone Cypress Tree on 17-Mile Drive—made famous by photographers and visitors over the decades—is 200 to 300 years old.
April is seal pupping month at Pebble Beach. Each year, mother seals return to Fanshell Beach along 17-Mile Drive to give birth.
A bagpiper makes a twilight stroll each evening at The Inn at Spanish Bay, providing a sunset serenade to golfers, diners.
The Monterey Pebble Beach Peninsula is a world-renown golf destination with 26 public and private courses. Three courses located in Pebble Beach—Spyglass, Poppy Hills, and Pebble Beach itself—are consistently ranked among the top ten courses in the nation.
The Bixby Bridge in Big Sur was built by prisoners eager to earn "good time" off their prison sentences. It is one of the world's highest single-span bridges at 714 feet long by 260 feet high.
In 1948, a young woman by the name of Norma Jean was crowned Castroville's first "Artichoke Queen." She later gained fame as actress Marilyn Monroe. Castroville, located on Monterey Bay, produces 85% of the nation's artichokes
The Lone Cypress tree is located on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach and a scenic landmark for the Peninsula is nearly 300 years old. Cypress trees are a species native only to this region and can live up to 4,000 years
Point Lobos State Reserve near Carmel hosts a geologic wonder: rocks of four "ages" can be found there, including the unusual Carmel formation dating back to the Paleocene age (over 60 million years old).
In 1919, green fees at Pebble Beach were $2 for gentlemen and $1.50 for the ladies. Rates now range from $350-$400 per 18-hole round.
Although not as well known as Napa or Sonoma, the Monterey County wine region actually produces the most premium grapes in North America, spread over 40,000 acres.
Carmel is known for attracting various celebrities and artists. Clint Eastwood served as mayor of the village from 1986-1988. Other notable celebrities, artists, and writers who have called Carmel home, include Doris Day, John Denver, Ansel Adams, Jack London, Robinson Jeffers, Sinclair Lewis, and Upton Sinclair, among others.
The widely acclaimed Monterey Jazz Festival occurs each September and is the longest continuously running jazz festival in the world. Past jazz greats who have appeared include Miles Davis, Stan Getz, Dizzie Gillespie, and Dave Brubeck.
The oldest standing public building in California is Monterey's Custom House, built during California's Mexican era in 1827. It was here that Commodore John Drake Sloat of the U.S. Navy raised an American flag in 1846 claiming California for the United States.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium attracts nearly 2 million visitors each year to view the 300,000 marine plants and animals that live in this world-class aquarium. The Outer Bay Wing has a million-gallon tank that depicts the open ocean, and a three-story kelp forest and Deep Seas display show creatures never before brought to the surface.
The National Steinbeck Center, a 37,000 square-foot facility is believed to be the largest facility devoted to a single American author. Pulitzer prize winner John Steinbeck was born in Salinas in 1902 and lived on the Monterey Peninsula for much of his life.
Robert Louis Stevenson modeled Treasure Island's Spyglass Hill after Point Lobos State Reserve near Carmel.
Local settings from around the Monterey Peninsula have provided the backdrop for more than 180 films, including From Here to Eternity, Basic Instinct, East of Eden, Lassie Come Home, Rebecca, Star Trek: The Voyage Home, and Treasure Island
Stay in Luxury and enjoy the Panoramic Estate and all its surroundings to make your experience a once-in-a-lifetime journey!