This is a true villa on a 1 acre estate between Hwy 1 and the ocean. Many wonderful ocean views. Pt. Lobos State Reserve is very near for miles of hikes. The kids will explore forever.
The villa was built in 1953 and reconstructed in 2005. The reconstruction updated and remodeled the villa to bring back the feeling of old California such as the 200 year old stone Mexican arches. If you want to see the historic front door take a look in the Monterey Airport--it is featured on one of the airport posters. One of the hand carved bedroom doors comes from the days of Junipero Serra and the old mission era.
Perfect for family reunions and birthdays with it's five bedrooms and 9 beds. Wander the grounds and gardens of the level one acre estate and play volleyball on the back lawn if you like. Photo opportunities abound on the deck with the ocean and rock caves in the background just a few hundred feet away, a unique experience in Carmel Highlands. Weather can best be described as two seasons of Spring and two of Fall. Hear the sea lions bark, smell the ocean air, see the waves crash, wander the many gardens with the Pacific in your backyard.
Five bedrooms four full baths, accommodates up to 18.
Lots of parking for all your vehicles within the large iron gates.
Three kings-two queens-two singles-two sofa beds.
Guests will receive two daily passes to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, daily passes to Pebble Beach and the 17 Mile Drive and a key to a private Carmel beach.
Golf reservations at Pebble Beach, Spyglass, Spanish Bay, and Poppy Hills can be made available upon request up to 90 days in advance.
Two minutes to the Hyatt and the 5 star Pacific Edge Restaurant. Clint's place is just around the corner (you can see him there, if your timing is right). For convenience there is the Carmel Highlands General Store within walking distance. Enjoy the wood burning fireplaces in the living room and master bedroom. Unlike any vacation you will have ever taken. You will not want to leave. Pictures do not do the Villa justice.