Big Sur Glass Home with Ocean Views for Sale in California


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This house in Big Sur, California can be yours for $35 million.

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A remarkably pristine coastal resort has landed on the real estate market in Big Sur, CA, and believe us when we tell you – it’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen or experienced.

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Although you need $35 million to move in.

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The four-bedroom, four-bathroom estate sits on 109 acres of prime land in Northern California, overlooking the sapphire blue Pacific Ocean and the looming height of the redwoods – all of which can be seen perfectly through the walls. of massive glass of the house.

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According to the listing on Realtor.com, the complex was designed by Big Sur architect Mickey Muennig and was “his last residential masterpiece”. Muennig, who was dubbed “the man who built Big Sur,” had a distinct style and was considered a pioneer of the Golden State’s “iconoclastic organic architecture movement,” Dwell reported.

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“What Mickey was able to do here was take this incredible property and not let the architecture compete with the beauty of the landscape,” Mike Freed, owner of one of the most notable works, told Dwell. from Muennig, the Post Ranch Inn.

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And this 3,261 square foot home does just that with its surroundings.

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Features in and around the resort include:

  • Heated concrete floors

  • Private guest house

  • Garage for three cars

  • Spa

  • Wine cellar

  • transparent chimney

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One of the main highlights of the enclosure is its earthen roof which, according to the Encyclopedia, is “composed of a thick layer of grassland containing roots”.

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Muennig died in 2021.

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This story was originally published April 22, 2022 1:17 p.m.

TJ Macías is a live national sports reporter for the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex-based McClatchy. Previously, TJ covered Pace for the Dallas Mavericks and Texas Rangers for numerous outlets, including 24/7 Sports and Mavs Maven (Sports Illustrated). Twitter: @TayloredSiren

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