The auction house called this luxurious piece of real estate a "collector's dream".
We all have a list of things we would throw money at in a heartbeat if our lottery numbers were pulled. For car enthusiasts, that list would contain a few dream cars to choose from each day. Of course, that would include an upgraded place with enough space to contain these new toys. If you happen to land the jackpot in the near future, this luxurious oceanfront mansion nestled in Laguna Beach, California, and surrounded by 20,000 acres of protected wilderness. Sure, an oceanfront view and 900-bottle wine room are some main selling points, but this insane home was dubbed a "collector's dream" by the auction house because it features an underground garage big enough for eleven cars. That's right, eleven. This insane house will be available through Concierge Auctions this month.
This insane piece of real estate named "Maison De Cap", meaning "Cape House" in French, sits on Smithcliffs bluff with a view overlooking Emerald Beach, and it last sold for $11.7 million before selling for $10.7 million back in June 2018.
With 7,212 square feet to work with, there is plenty of room and amenities offered inside this insane mansion. Inside there is a huge master suite with three other bedrooms along with nine bathrooms that include five full bathrooms and four half-baths. Even more, there are several fireplaces, ridiculously high ceilings, glass doors, and walls made out of glass that give way to views of Laguna Beach. Of course a house of this caliber would have solid oak cabinets, top-of-the-line appliances, and a six-burner stove and griddle. Of course, there is an elevator inside along with exterior stairs.
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While the inside of the house is massive, the outside all features a healthy living space with 3,238 square feet. The outside features a beautiful dining area, hot tub, outdoor garden outside the master bathroom, and barbecue area. Also outside is a top-level deck that features a powder room and a wet bar.
So, if you have a nice chunk of change laying around or you chose those winning numbers, this is the perfect slice of paradise for any car collector. On November 12th through November 15th, the online and phone bidding opens in Hong Kong.