This $160M Oceanfront Estate Is Now the Most Expensive Home for Sale in California

Settled above the bluffs of Carpinteria sits The Sanctuary at Loon Point, a property that emanates Tuscan beauty. Recently listed for $160 million, it is now the most expensive home for sale in California. With so many lavish properties in Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, and Malibu, this title is no small victory.

The expansive estate sits upon 22 acres boasting 2,129 feet of the Pacific Ocean’s rugged coastline, and its creation was quite a labor. Over the course of 14 years, sellers Bruce and Suzie Kovner developed the oceanfront home with the utmost care, matching grand interiors with sweeping views of the mountains and the sea. Made up of five individual parcels, two custom estates exist here, named Ocean View and Bellevue. Altogether, they offer 10 bedrooms and 21 bathrooms to create an over-the-top residence.

Additional amenities include large outdoor living spaces, two pools, gardens, as well as a private library. The picturesque Barranca Path then leads down the bluff to the beach.

Set in a gated community with 24-hour security, the home is guarded like the pricey gem it is. It even has its own built-in security structure so a new owner of such immense means can ensure total privacy here.

Mauricio Umansky and Eric Haskell of The Agency have this listing.