Would You Pay $27 Million For This Pacific Palisades Mansion?

Would You Pay $27 Million For This Pacific Palisades Mansion?

The house is located at 14180 Rustic Ln. (realtor.com) The house is located at 14180 Rustic Ln. (realtor.com) PACIFIC PALISADES, CA — This Pacific Palisades mansion sits on over an acre of coastal-adjacent land. You’ll find all the usual amenities, such as a pool, beautifully landscaped lawn, and elegant interior design, along with a two story pool house and outdoor kitchen.

The 7 bedroom, 11 bathroom house is listed for $27 million. Address: 14180 W Rustic Ln, Pacific Palisades, California

Price: $27,000,000

Square Feet: 9409

Bedrooms: 7

Bathrooms: 11 Baths

Built: 1952

Features: An estate designed with exceptional craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail, just minutes away from Malibu and a short drive to the city. The compound is tucked away in total seclusion with its stately presence, offering a main residence, 2-story pool house, additional guest house, wine cave, and stunning landscape perfectly situated in the Pacific Palisades. Built as a farmhouse with a modern sensibility, this incredible property offers breathtaking moments at every turn. This seven-bedroom, eleven-bathroom estate has been re-imagined by a team of celebrated designers. Situated apart from the main residence, the two-story pool house boasts a sophisticated living room with a wood-burning fireplace and a chef’s kitchen that opens to the outdoor space for seamless indoor outdoor entertaining unlike no other. Upstairs, two private guest suites create a tranquil escape with breathtaking scenery, offering a stunning space for your guests. Built on over an acre, the grounds are as thoughtful as the interior design, including an alfresco kitchen situated under a canopy of olive trees, multiple fireplaces to gather, an oversized pool, a bocce ball court, and an organic vegetable garden all surrounded by fruit orchards and mature specimen trees.

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