Amazing opportunity to own an oceanfront property with stairs to a very private beach below, located on one of the most dramatic bluffs in Southern California in Laguna Beach’s coveted Crown Point. 102 McKnight delivers sensational ocean, sunrise, and sunset views extending as far as the eye can see. This rare North Laguna seaside estate majestically rests on a secluded 7,800 square foot lot embracing the ocean with dazzling coastline, Catalina, and city light views. Formerly owned by Hollywood icons, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford, the estate’s rich history also includes a Wrigley Stadium preserved stairway accessing a stunning, private beach directly below. Enveloped by over-sized decks, the 3,760 square foot tri-level home features magnificent floor-to-ceiling and wall-length windows. Plans have been submitted to the city for review, which strategically re-envision and modernize the estate capturing even more of the already spectacular views to continue its legacy as an unrivaled trophy property.
Catalina View, City Lights View, Coastline View, Ocean View, Panoramic View, Rocks View, White Water View
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Property Listed By: Andrew Mcdonald(01923234) of The Agency