35161 Beach Rd, Dana Point, California 92624
35161 Beach Rd
HIGHLIGHTS
  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Bath
  • 1 3/4 Bath
  • 6,534 Sq.Ft. Lot
  • 3866 Sq.Ft. Living
  • 1972 Year Built
  • Sold Status
  • OC20102778 MLS ID
With expansive floor to ceiling ocean views this stellar beach-front residence boasts 5 bedrooms and 4 ½ baths. Zoned as a duplex, this rare property offers a large unit above the garage that includes a full kitchen, family room, a private bedroom and full bath with additional parking spaces making it the perfect suite for family, friends, or rental income opportunities. Spanish Colonial Revival architecture features arched doorways, tile flooring, large stucco fireplace, wooden beams, stained glass and gorgeous hand-painted tile imported from Mexico. Upon entering the home your eyes are immediately drawn to the sparkling water views spanning from Dana Point to San Clemente. This is the perfect beach-house for families to play in the surf, build sand castles, gaze at the never-ending sunsets, and experience true coastal living with the added privacy of a gated and secure community.
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Features and Amenities

Interior

  • FlooringHardwood, Tile
  • Fireplace2 Fireplaces, Fireplace
  • APPLIANCESDishwasher, Microwave, Range / Oven, Refrigerator
  • other interior FeaturesBeam -Ceilings, Cathedral Ceilings, Dry Bar, Fireplace in Master, Wet Bar

Area & Lot

  • Living Area3866 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area6,534 Sq.Ft.
  • Status Sold
  • MLS IDOC20102778
  • YEAR BUILT1972
  • Architecture StylesColonial
  • View DescriptionOcean, Water

Exterior

  • HEAT TYPEForced Air
  • roofSpanish Tiles
  • lot featuresUnder 1/2 Acre
  • Garage Spaces2
  • other exterior FeaturesPatio, Stucco
  • sewerPublic

Financial

  • SALES PRICE$4,450,000
  • HOA FEES$200 200
Sean Stanfield

Sean Stanfield

Real Estate Professional

Rich Taylor has specialized in the luxury real estate market of Boca Grande, Fla., since 1995 when he began building long-term relationships with his clientele based on integrity and dedication.

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