A golf estate designed in 1996 by renowned architect Bill Booziotis in Pebble Beach, California, has come onto the market for the first time with a price tag of $25 million.
Located on the 14th fairway of the Pebble Beach Golf Links, the property has views over the 14th, 6th and 8th holes of the golf course and all the way to the Pacific Ocean, according to the listing posted Monday by the Canning Properties Group of Sotheby’s International Realty.
“It’s one of the most coveted locations on the golf course,” said Jessica Canning, who’s leading the sales team.
The late architect Booziotis, who was responsible for many university buildings, museums and single-family homes in Texas, including the Dallas Museum of Art, blended modern and traditional styles in designing this property, Ms. Canning said.
“The property looks traditional outside, but offers modern and comfortable interior living,“ Ms. Canning said.
It has remained in the same family for the past 25 years, according to Ms. Canning, who declined to disclose the identity of the seller. It’s being held under a limited liability company, property records show.
Sitting on nearly an acre of land, the estate has a main residence and a private guest house offering a total of 9,338 square feet of interior space.
The primary bedroom suite in the main house has two bathrooms, an office, a sun room opening to a terrace, according to the listing. There are three more bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a wood-paneled library and a state-of-the-art kitchen that leads to an outdoor patio, according to the listing.
“Although the property is in a very exposed location, it has areas that offer complete privacy, including the sun room, the game room on the second floor, and the backyard patio surrounded by gardens,” Ms. Canning said.
Pebble Beach, a resort community in Monterey County, has attracted a lot of interest from buyers from the San Francisco Bay Area since they can now work remotely, Ms. Canning said.
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