Pardise Found At 25 Montage WayAuthor:Candace Abbott
Not only is Orange County celebrated for its glittering coast, its gorgeous beaches and it beautiful people, but now its being talked about thanks to one of the area’s most prime pieces of real estate. We’re talking about 25 Montage Way, the little slice of paradise in Laguna’s most coveted cove, that’s on the market for $29,995,000.
Situated within the Montage Resort property in Laguna Beach, this 8,300 square foot estate designed by architect, Chris Light, boasts extraordinary, uninterrupted views that define coastal living. With a grand living space and open floor plan that opens up to a luxurious coastline, everything from the Pacific Ocean’s front to Catalina Island is in sight.
With the undeniable beautiful backdrop, the stage is set and those same elements of peace and tranquility, albeit matched with luxury, run through the entire property. From a kitchen that is peppered with classic touches like exposed beams and brick accents, but offset by opulent marble countertops and modern appliances to luscious outdoor living spaces designed for color-soaked sunsets.
Along with several communal spaces like the outdoor entertaining and full theatre, game room and wine cellar and tasting room, the home also features private enclaves that are worth waxing poetic about.
The master bedroom opens to it’s own private outdoor space with the ocean just in the distance. And the adjacent bathroom shows off those same views as well as beautifully laid marble flooring, crown molding, and a private room with a soaking tub. Did we mention the property has its own library and home gym?
There is much to marvel over throughout 25 Montage Way. Naturally the views, the old-meets-new world architecture and the detail (stunning chandeliers, glass bridges, soothing fountains throughout), but the property also features amenities that are hard to match like access to the Montage Spa, concierge service, laundry services, wellness classes, private dining and more.
Some say there’s no such thing as perfect, but clearly, this property is here to challenge that notion.