Set on prime 0.34 acres above the sought-after Californian community of Pelican Hill Resort in Newport Coast, this stunning “Villa Settimo Cielo” offers awe-inspiring panoramic ocean views and the rocky Catalina Island, which is 22 miles south-south-west of L.A.
The high-profile community of Newport Coast, also known as the Pacific Riviera, spanning 7,700 acres at the east of Newport Beach, comprises the South Orange County coast and features extensive open space, breathtaking scenery, numerous wildlife trails and a range of coastal attractions. This 6-bedroom, 9-bathroom Sardinian villa sprawling over 8,703 square feet was sold for $10.25 million in March 2-13. Built 7 years ago, designed by famed architect Rob Sinclair and decorated by notable interior designer Karyn Butera, this architectural gem is impeccably appointed with custom marble items such as the 400-year-old marble inlays and the 60-year-old white Carrera marble Marmi statue, exotic wood and hand woven materials, all the latest imported fixtures and state-of-the-art devices, aside distinctive interior design styles which create a harmonious whole. The cutting-edge circular theater room is complimented by a large screen, leather reclining chairs and curves glass wall, being next to the wine cellar and the billiard room and bar.
The French doors as well as the curbed sliding doors overlook the most spectacular view in Newport. Blessed with rich exterior and interior transitional spaces flowing seamlessly, this villa allows the family to enjoy themselves and entertain the guests with no effort whatsoever. More than 130 manufacturers worked for 5 years to accomplish this exquisite gem for the owners and their guests to feel in “the seventh heaven”!