You set a certain budget for your house hunt—and you can’t go a penny over it. But what if you want to expand your search a wee bit beyond a specific neighborhood? We decided to play the comparison game by exploring what you can buy for a certain dollar value in various California neighborhoods in a new series we’re calling “Cali Comparables.” We’re going across the Golden State to give you an idea of how far your dollar goes in certain areas.
Pebble Beach is practically synonymous with world-class golf and million dollar homes. From the town’s 18 private courses and eight public courses dotting the dramatic landscape to the stunning rock formations whipping across the coastline, its beauty has historically commanded the highest real estate values — and attracted the wealthiest golf enthusiasts to its shores. For this rare edition of Cali Comparables, we decided to let our imaginations run wild and the “what if’s” roam free.
How much mansion could you afford in Pebble Beach if you were 1) a billionaire and 2) had a healthy budget of about $20 million (or slightly over/under)?
Oh, the views. And the square footage. For a little over $20 million, you can luxuriate in 11,000 square feet of contemporary beach bliss and take in the ocean views every morning. Sited on a 1.7 acre parcel, the main residence offers four bedrooms, five full and three half baths, media room, wine cellar, two family rooms, elevator plus an additional two one-bedroom guest houses.
If traditional design is more your style, you could get a coveted address on famed 17 Mile Drive and a position on the 12th green at the Pebble Beach Golf Links. This 2.4 acre estate features 8,300 square feet of elegance with seven bedroom suites and a four-car garage. You can also enjoy ocean views from Carmel Beach to Point Lobos and Pescadero Point.
Another 17 Mile Drive gem, “StoneGate” is meticulously built English Manor estate featuring five bedrooms, six full baths and three half bathrooms, plus a guest house with its own bedroom and bathroom on 2.7 acres. Set between The Lone Cypress and Cypress Point Golf Course, leisure, nature and the sound of crashing waves practically “live” at your doorstep.
Which Pebble Beach mansion inspires your sense of real estate lust?