Originally designed by Robert Farquhar and brought back to life by famed international designer Juan Pablo Molyneux, Casa Ladera has undergone an amazing transformation. Featured in Architectural Digest in August, the eclectic mix of styles relates to its 1920's Spanish Colonial heritage. No attention to detail or expense has been spared. Owning this iconic estate is like owning a piece of history at its best. Sitting on a bluff overlooking the ocean and Lodge at Pebble Beach, this storied estate awaits its next keeper.
1658 CRESPI LANE
PEBBLE BEACH, CALIFORNIA
The Iconic History of Casa Ladera is Comprised of Actors, Architects & Presidents
Look Down Upon Pebble Beach or Out Over the Pacific Ocean
Architect: Robert Farquhar (Pentagon, Beverly Hills H.S.)
Unequivocally Revived by Juan Pablo Molyneux
Views of Pebble Beach GC - Stillwater Cove- Point Lobos
XXXXX Sound System Throughought
Twelve Person Copper Hot Tub
A Pair of Master Suites
Hand Painted Ceilings and Tile Work Created in Paris or On-Site
5 Bedrooms 8 Bathrooms
10,136 Sq. Ft. Approx.
Walking Trails Throughout the 3.4 Acres