This $30 Million Newport Beach Mansion Can Dock a 100-Foot Yacht — Robb Reports

It’s a first world problem, sure, but finding a place to park your yacht can be a bit of a hassle. And a single California real estate listing might help solve it.

Located in Corona del Mar, a neighborhood in SoCal’s tony Newport Beach district, the custom-built mansion boasts 9,129 square feet of interior space with five bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Contemporary residence also offers condominium ownership of one of the largest private docks in the area. According to listing agent Tim Smith of Coldwell Banker Realty and The Smith Group, it can accommodate yachts between 75 and 100 feet in length.

An exterior view of the residence at 2201 Bayside Drive.

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The four-story residence is the joint design of Brandon Architects, Patterson Custom Homes, Brooke Wagner Design, and Harvard Investment Group. The teams combine wooden floors, ceiling panels and stone walls to create a sense of calm across the airy living spaces.

You enter the house through a pivoting glass door that leads into a glowing entry foyer with floating staircase and high ceilings. Outside this space is a dining kitchen with white oak stained cabinets and hand-polished marble countertops, and a butler’s pantry with an island. Sliding doors lead to a heated patio where you can relax at the end of the day.

The basic suite is located on the top floor and has a fireplace, two bathrooms and a spacious wardrobe. There are four other bedrooms in the house as well that can accommodate guests and children. Elsewhere, a great room gives you views of Newport Harbor and the local beach.

Inside the master bedroom with expansive harbor views and en-suite master bathroom.

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The home also offers a variety of lavish amenities including a media room, large bar, and a basement wine cellar. On the fourth floor, there is a luxurious lounge opening onto a rooftop deck with panoramic views of the area. Elsewhere on the property, you’ll find an infinity-edge pool, spa, and courtyard with an outdoor kitchen. Did we mention there’s a six-car garage to store your prized collection?

All four floors of the house are accessible by elevator, so you don’t have to break a sweat when climbing the stairs. But given its quiet design, we can’t imagine that touring the full $30 million roster would be a bad experience.

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