The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am affords spectators the opportunity to watch the best golfers and celebrities come together in a gorgeous setting. It’s also a chance for folks to dream about living along the Pacific coast.
One piece of real estate catching everyone’s attention is Casa Ladera, a Spanish Colonial style villa on a three-acre bluff. Listed at $23 million, the three-story 10,000-square foot home has hosted President Gerald Ford and former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan.
Built in 1961, Casa Ladera features five bedrooms, six full and two half bathrooms, a hand-carved library, a complete fitness room, a detached garage, a circular driveway with a fountain, courtyard with a fountain, a media room with the latest equipment, a rooftop terrace, and a patio with a pergola and spa.
The listing is currently the most expensive in Pebble Beach and it’s not difficult to see why. Panoramic views of Carmel Bay abound and the home recently underwent an $8 million remodel to add guest suites, additional living space, and a gallery and loggia enclosing the courtyard and providing a bridge from the library to the master suite.
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