When William Sterling Hebbard and Irving John Gill designed Crown Manor back in 1903, they knew they wanted the home to forever face the Pacific Ocean. Thus, the estate enjoys incredible views of blue skies and even bluer water.
The ultimate in luxury -- this outdoor lounge area overlooking the beach features an infinity pool that seems to run into the Pacific Ocean. Comfortable lounge chairs are upholstered in a gorgeous blue-green fabric, which reflects the tones in the pool, ocean and sky.
Modern Mediterranean masterpiece: This gorgeous home sits on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Parts of the home's gardens are well-groomed and parts left feeling wild, creating an interesting juxtaposition of style that feels casual and unique.
Beautiful sunsets are seen from this wonderful covered loggia in the backyard. With its vaulted ceiling, multiple seating options, nearby BBQ counter and refreshing fountain feature, this space gets used daily. From early morning coffee, to enjoying a nice BBQ with family and friends, and of course, the vast Pacific Ocean at your finger tips, there are many reasons why this space is truly an extension of the home.
Keeping views open was an obvious goal, but setting up the spa waterline at just the right height where it would line up with the ocean beyond was a bit tricky. By raising the patio and subsequently the spa by twelve (12"), it allowed enough height for the spa water to blend perfectly with the ocean beyond.