Hailed as “a masterpiece of engineering and design,” a brand-new addition to Crystal Cove’s Estate Collection slated for completion in 2024 has recently been brought to market by Timothy Smith and Georgina Jacobson of Coldwell Banker Realty in Newport Beach. The expansive Southern California coastal residence extends two levels below ground and two above, offering a total of nearly 15,000 square feet of living and entertaining space designed by architect Geoff Sumich and built by Ryan Hill of Hill Construction Co., with interiors by Errol Dejager of Dejager Design. From its elevated position, sweeping views of the Newport coastline and the Pacific Ocean, golf course, and evening lights are captured in magnificent form.
Every custom detail has been appointed for an exceptional lifestyle, from the sublime top-floor primary suite to the five-car collector’s museum. The entire residence and its four levels are served by an elevator as well as an elegant circular staircase. It has been designed for sophisticated indoor-outdoor living and entertaining.
Abundant natural light, expansive art gallery walls, and an open layout accentuate the home’s dramatic sightlines and unique amenities. Two handsome offices flank the foyer and an interior footbridge divides a pair of multi-level atriums. Grand-scale living and dining areas open seamlessly to an ocean-view loggia and a blufftop pool and spa that extends the full width of the property.
The home’s lower levels feature an atrium bar and lounge, a media room, game room, wine room, and wine cellar, plus a glass-bottom reflecting pool that illuminates an indoor waterfall swimming pool and spa one level down. There is also a maid’s suite with a kitchenette, a wet bar, a gym, and a four-car garage with a car lift serving the automotive museum below.
A combination of open space and timeless privacy define a residence of legacy quality for tranquil living and memorable entertaining.