See inside this California oceanfront mansion that’s on the market for $160 million and has 10 beds and 21 bathrooms

See inside this California oceanfront mansion that’s on the market for $160 million and has 10 beds and 21 bathrooms

US Markets Loading… H M S Jim Bartsch/The Agency A 22-acre oceanfront mansion on the California coast is on the market for $160 million. The Sanctuary at Loon Point, is a 14,189-square-foot property has 10 beds and 21 bathrooms. The mansion is one of the most expensive home listings in California history. Here’s a look inside.…

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a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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  • A 22-acre oceanfront mansion on the California coast is on the market for $160 million.
  • The Sanctuary at Loon Point, is a 14,189-square-foot property has 10 beds and 21 bathrooms.
  • The mansion is one of the most expensive home listings in California history. Here’s a look inside.

Known as The Sanctuary at Loon Point, the property covers 22 oceanfront acres and 2,129 feet of coastal bluff.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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The property has five parcels, including two custom estates.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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One of the estates is called Ocean View, as seen here.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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Here’s Ocean View’s great room, which has an exposed wood beam ceiling…

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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…just like the kitchen.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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Guests will have a beautiful view outside the orange-accented guest bedroom.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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They can take a dip in the estate’s pool, which has more ocean views…

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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…or take in the scenery from the upper terrace.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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The other custom estate at the Sanctuary is called Bellevue, pictured here.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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Here’s the Bellevue from another angle.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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It has plenty of greenery in the courtyard.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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Inside, Bellevue’s great room has a more modern feel than the one in Ocean View.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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Bellevue also has its own library…

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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…which also opens out onto stunning views.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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Here’s one of the bedrooms inside Bellevue.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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Outside, Bellevue has its own pool…

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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…which is surrounded by plenty of trees.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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There’s also a rose garden outside…

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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…as well as an outdoor terrace…

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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…and seating for outdoor dining overlooking the ocean.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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The Sanctuary’s five parcels are all connected by a private, gated road.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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Meanwhile, residents have private access to the beach below via the so-called Barranca Path.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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The Sanctuary also has a small pond on the property.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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Here’s a closer look at it.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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The Sanctuary’s current owner spent 14 years developing and building the property.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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The owner is retired hedge fund manager Bruce Kovner, according to The Wall Street Journal.

In total, the property boasts 10 bedrooms and 21 bathrooms.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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Besides the Bellevue’s pool, other amenities include a spa and five fireplaces.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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Besides Ocean View and Bellevue, the Sanctuary’s three remaining parcels could be used to build more homes on the property.

a $160 million Carpinteria mansion called The Sanctuary at Loon Point



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