This elegant estate has the fine workmanship expected from a Greg Agee and Susan Spath designed home. Located on the West side of Rancho Pacifica with only five homes in the vacinity this home makes wonderful use of outdoor living spaces with retractable doors and a vanishing edge pool overlooking hillside views. High ceilings with subtle artistic tromp l'oeil accents, graceful chandeliers, theater, large office, wine cellar and 5 generous bedrooms on the first floor. (1 bedroom up) See Supplement
This home is truly perfection. No expense was spared when this home was built. I never tire of the artistic details in this home. It is a very bright home with a well planned layout. This home is located on one of the most private picturesque cul de sacs on the west side of Rancho Pacifica. As you drive down Rancho Las Brisas Trail you can see this magnificent estate in the distance. The entire property has a beautifully designed lighting system with mature landscaping including Canary Palms and tropical plants. Loggias overlook the vanishing edge pool and captivating views. The custom wrought iron doors and inner courtyard makes for a grand entrance. Next to the inner courtyard is a large wood paneled office with a clever hidden room. As you enter the foyer off to the left is a seven hundred bottle wine cellar. Next to the wine cellar is a large pantry and gourmet kitchen. The home has high ceilings through out, gorgeous wall finishes such as Venetian Plaster, subtle stencils, artistic tromp l’oeil accents and exquisite chandeliers that add to the European charm. Draperies are Oscar De La Renta with beautiful detailing. There are six en suite bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and a movie theater. Lift and glide doors open from the large family room to one of the loggias, combined with the barbeque area, infinity pool and two Jacuzzi this makes for large scale entertaining. For the children, the play yard is gated away from the pool for safety. Using one of the top builders and top designers in Southern California this home represents a quintessential masterpiece that is rarely seen.