Style, quality and views. Taken by themselves, each of these elements can make a home stand out. Combined together, they can elevate a property to a sublime portrait for living. You know that magical moment when you walk across the threshold of an architectural masterpiece and realize, “I’ve arrived”? That’s the moment when style, quality and views usually come together in complete harmony.

This Eric Miller-designed residence gives you just that sort of experience. Built in 2000 and lined with the character of weather-worn stone, the home spans approximately 3,389 square feet and rests an oversized 6,000 square-foot lot on Carmel Point. The home consists of four bedrooms, three full and one half baths, large open rooms, a master bedroom on the main level with sitting room/den, three spacious guest bedrooms and an office area.

Custom touches throughout blend seamlessly with soaring high ceilings, and an abundance of natural light flooding in from picture windows that frame ocean views. A private rear patio with an outdoor fireplace creates an ideal setting to gather with friends, and the fire pit on the front patio is designed to maximize views down Carmel Beach to the Pebble Beach Golf Links — all just a few steps to Carmel Beach.

Offered for $11,950,000 and co-listed by Tim Allen of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Carmel-by-the-Sea and Canning Properties Group Sotheby’s International Realty, this ocean view home is just the sort of place where you can truly say, “I have arrived.”