The Carmel estate has been listed for $29.625 million and has been the film set for many iconic films and television shows such as the Sharon Stone and Michael Douglas film Basic Instinct and season two of the hit HBO series.
The cliffside residence — currently being listed by Jonathan Spenser of Compass in Carmel, California — boasts incredible views of the ocean and is surrounded by lush green trees.
The 12,000-square-foot picturesque property is located in the artsy town where potential new owners can unwind and let go of their worries as they hide away in the estate's thickly planted grounds, overhung by windswept pines.
The current owner made sure to spare no expense to turn this once simple beach house into a glamorous 21st century pad, investing millions into its floor plan, decor and livability.
The house provides comfortable indoor and outdoor living spaces and with multiple fire pits surrounding the backyard and a swimming pool inside the open atrium of the house where it is protected from the wind.
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The 12,000-square-foot residence plays host to a spacious 5 bedrooms, 9 baths, 12 fireplaces along with a pool, spa and grotto.
The dining room is bound to make any dinner party luxurious with panoramic views of the ocean and seaside cliffs.
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The next potential owner can sleep peacefully with the sound of the ocean in the background as they drift off to dream land.
The estate comes equipped with a two-story library, gourmet main kitchen with glass-walled breakfast area, a second kitchen, and a gym and sauna.
The sweeping views sit outside protective glass walls that provide breathtaking Pacific Ocean and coastal views.
The thickly planted grounds, overhung by windswept pines take on the unique coastal shape providing a shady oasis perfect for relaxation.
The sanctuary offers an escape to sit out by the cliffs and watch the waves roll in.