Luxurious Property in Corona Del Mar-Portabello Residence

Today we would like to present you a luxurious residence situated on Brighton Rod in Corona Del Mar, an exclusive neighborhood in Newport Beach, California. Sold in 2010 for $34.1 million, less than half the original price, the Portabello Residence is a najestical first class property.

This stunning oceanfront house lies on a 22,000 square-foot plot, of which a 2,000 square foot master bedroom. It features eight bedrooms, ten bathrooms and 5 half baths, state of the art kitchen, garaging for 16 cars and separate guest house.

The house presents a modern style, bright colors and funky features such as an unique fireplace.Furthermore, the master bedroom is like a house within a house, presenting 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, custom leather platform bed, fireplace clad in rare honey onyx, private terrace, his and hers closets and dressing rooms and many more.

Moreover this astounding house also has a 2-lane bowling alley, a state of the art movie theater with marquee, powder rooms, stage and ticket booth, jewelry “store” and an automotive museum.

The Portabello Residence is a spectacular home. It stands out due to its unique shapes, garden, pool and, of course, luxurious features. It truly is a sanctuary to retreat to, a house fit for a king.

Published by in Architecture, on July 23rd, 2011


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