A Big Sur home and pristine acreage offer a California retreat like few others.
The 2,745-squarefoot home features exceptional views and outdoor spaces.
Perhaps the biggest lesson the ocean teaches us is its rhythm— the unyielding tides, the daily kiss of water to sand—as it relates to life’s steady continuum. When we’re lucky enough to witness this march, understanding and pleasure usually follow.
The home was designed by architect Mickey Muennig.
For those who want a perch to enjoy this natural splendor, a Big Sur property designed by renowned architect Mickey Muennig recently became available. A 2,745-squarefoot home and 516-square-foot caretaker cottage sit among more than 118 acres (including a redwood forest) with remarkable coastal views. The property is contiguous to Andrew Molera State Park, which offers great hiking and beaches; it’s also part of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
Natural elements, including massive beams, grace the home.
Standout features in the three-bedroom, three-bath main home include a spacious kitchen, two fireplaces, a wine cellar, radiant-heat concrete floors and a stainless-steel Jacuzzi. Car enthusiasts will appreciate the three-vehicle garage whose aesthetic matches the home’s overall design. Homeowners also will love the vegetable garden and orchard situated next to the cottage, which holds one bedroom and one bath—a blissful sanctuary for guests. $32 million, The Heinrich Team, Coldwell Banker, Mike Gilson and Ben Heinrich, 831.915.090, [email protected], bigsurrealestate.com