Masterfully built from the ground up in 2016 this 3,450 square foot labor of love, locally known as the one of one,“Eastside Hamptons”, was curated with the highest quality of materials and finishes, like a cedar shingle roof imported from Canada to Ann Sacks tile throughout every bathroom, the laundry room, mudroom and even the pool, to name a few. The intentional design was inspired by New York’s famous luxury getaway of The Hamptons. The vision was brought to life through a collaboration with Hamptons & movie set designer James Radin, architect Eric Mossman & the owners. Not a single expense or drop of attention was spared in bringing this masterpiece to fruition. Located on a rare expansive 9,500 sq ft lot on what many consider to be the most coveted street in all of Costa Mesa, this east side Hamptons hideaway enjoys a rare horseshoe-shaped street with invaluable location, convenience & privacy.
Before you walk in, brace yourself, as the first few steps into the home have been known to take breaths away. From the 25’ towering entry ceilings with floor to ceiling custom millwork, airy open layout, and sun-filled seamlessness delivered via wall to wall disappearing pocket sliders that truly provide an indoor outdoor feel to the Hamptons designed backyard. The Anderson windows, tasteful custom millwork throughout, an office retreat, 20 indoor and outdoor speakers with 2 subwoofers, and a beautiful primary suite with steam shower creates the perfect live/work/play space all strategically placed in relation to each other on your first level. With Wolf appliances, Ann Sacks backsplash, a sprawling island Rohl sink fixtures, and a Shaws original farm sink, you can enjoy gourmet cooking, dining, and cocktail curating in your magazine cover-ready kitchen with a stunning view of your massive backyard, fire-pit, bbq, garden and pool with bluestone shipped in from East Coast. Upstairs you’ll find 3 en-suite rooms each with their own bathrooms perfectly tucked away with dreamy views of the neighborhood. All that being said, we know that there’s no place like home, and as far as we’ve seen, there is no home like this.