In 1925, renowned landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. was given his choice of any site in Palos Verdes Estates in gratitude for planning the new city. He selected this spectacular, 65,000 square foot bluff top parcel, with approximately 270 feet of ocean “frontage” overlooking the Pacific ocean, coastline and Santa Monica Bay. Acclaimed architect, Myron Hunt was selected to design the magnificent, Spanish inspired estate. Hidden by a grove of eucalyptus trees, and perched high atop the sea, “Casa Felicia” features thick plaster walls, old world charm and lush landscaping throughout. The sprawling grounds include a serpentine driveway, made from oversized, Mexican bricks, which leads to a striking fountain and dramatic entry. Along the bluff, the expansive patio provides a stage to the amazing vistas. The driveway is flanked by “the coliseum”, a tremendous expanse of lawn and stone walls, which has been the site for family weddings as well as many other celebrations. Available for the first time in over 50 years, this majestic estate is a once in a lifetime opportunity. If privacy is the ultimate luxury, then this is a treasure. Come claim it as your own.
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