Look Inside Clint Eastwood’s $9.75M Pebble Beach Estate

The house is oriented around a central courtyard.Clint Eastwood has put his Pebble Beach, CA estate on the market for $9.75M with Sotheby’s International Realty’s Mike Jashinski. According to Mansion Global, this home is one of many that Eastwood owns in Monterey County and it last changed hands in 1994 for $3.925M. The listing refers to the home as “Hacienda Este Madera,” which literally translates to East Wood Estate, and notes that it is situated on a 4.7-acre gated property in an exclusive area of Pebble Beach.

Clarence Tantau, a prominent San Francisco architect, designed the home in the 1920s and is responsible for its Spanish Farmhouse style, which features thick adobe walls, terracotta roof tiles, hand-crafted iron work and iconic Spanish doors. The interiors span 6,900 square feet and encompass a great room with beamed ceilings and breathtaking ocean views, a formal dining room that has “hosted iconic dinner parties for artists, authors, dignitaries and musicians from around the world,” 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. The house is oriented around a central courtyard, which features canopied oak trees and a fountain.

Iconic spanish doors lead into the house. Beamed ceilings and a tiled staircase add plenty of Spanish farmhouse character. The entry houses two sitting areas. Arched doorways lead between the rooms. Part of the living room is outfitted with gray sofas and textured pillows. The kitchen is open to a dining area and casual sitting area. The formal dining room has hosted iconic dinner parties. The master bedroom is anchored by an ornate fireplace. The master bathroom. An al fresco dining area features a fireplace. A loggia leads to the central courtyard. The view of the ocean beyond.