A 22-acre oceanfront mansion on the California coast is on the market for $160 million.
The Sanctuary at Loon Point, is a 14,189-square-foot property has 10 beds and 21 bathrooms.
The mansion is one of the most expensive home listings in California history. Here’s a look inside.
A 14,189-square-foot megamansion on the California coast is on the market for $160 million.
Known as The Sanctuary at Loon Point, the property covers 22 oceanfront acres and 2,129 feet of coastal bluff.
It’s located in the central California beachside community of Carpinteria, just a few miles south of Santa Barbara.
The property has five parcels, including two custom estates.
One of the estates is called Ocean View, as seen here.
Here’s Ocean View’s great room, which has an exposed wood beam ceiling…
…just like the kitchen.
Ocean View also has a gallery hallway.
Guests will have a beautiful view outside the orange-accented guest bedroom.
They can take a dip in the estate’s pool, which has more ocean views… …or take in the scenery from the upper terrace. The other custom estate at the Sanctuary is called Bellevue, pictured here. Here’s the Bellevue from another angle. It has plenty of greenery in the courtyard. Inside, Bellevue’s great room has a more modern feel than the one in Ocean View. Bellevue also has its own library… …which also opens out onto stunning views. Here’s one of the bedrooms inside Bellevue. Outside, Bellevue has its own pool… …which is surrounded by plenty of trees.
There’s also a rose garden outside… …as well as an outdoor terrace… …and seating for outdoor dining overlooking the ocean. The Sanctuary’s five parcels are all connected by a private, gated road. Meanwhile, residents have private access to the beach below via the so-called Barranca Path. The Sanctuary also has a small pond on the property. Here’s a closer look at it. The Sanctuary’s current owner spent 14 years developing and building the property.
The owner is retired hedge fund manager Bruce Kovner, according to The Wall Street Journal. In total, the property boasts 10 bedrooms and 21 bathrooms. Besides the Bellevue’s pool, other amenities include a spa and five fireplaces. Besides Ocean View and Bellevue, the Sanctuary’s three remaining parcels could be used to build more homes on the property. If the Sanctuary sells for $160 million, it would mark one of the priciest home sales ever completed in California.