1904 Vía Coronel, Palos Verdes Estates, CA

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What do Rod Stewart, Liza Minelli, and Joe Montanna have in common? Other than being filthy rich, they have all at one time lived in Los Angeles’ Palos Verdes Peninsula. Located on the Pacific coastline of South Bay, properties in the area are hard to come by. And while you may not have an extra $8 million lying around (or have the desire for a mortgage you’ll be paying the rest of your life), you can gaze longingly at these photos of 1904 Via Corone instead.

1904 Vía Coronel, Palos Verdes Estates, CA

Situated in Palos Verdes Estates, a city master-planned by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. best known for his design of Central Park, this custom-built home is nothing short of amazing. Spanning more than 8,000 square feet, this modern residence features seven beds and nine baths and boasts a lavish interior complete with marble floors, a double staircase and coffered ceilings. Amenities include an exercise room complete with sauna, and continue outdoors with opulent Palladian doors that lead to a manicured yard, pool, and spa, as well as a cabana within lushly landscaped grounds overlooking panoramic coastal and city views.

  • Price: $7,999,999
  • Beds: 7
  • Baths: 9
  • Size: 8,102 Square Feet

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