Romantic Hideaway

24 Potrero Trail, Carmel

Enjoy your Mediterranean country retreat in the privacy of a redwood grove, just 5 minutes inside the Santa Lucia Preserve and 15 minutes to Carmel-by-the-Sea. This 5-bedroom home designed by renowned architect John Malick and built by David Pond is timeless, with imported materials and meticulous details throughout. Indoor/outdoor entertaining is a must with sunshine, the 1,500+ bottle wine cave, the covered outdoor BBQ, pizza oven, fireplace and dining table next to the pool and hot tub. Additional amenities include a carriage house with one bedroom and one bath, the ‘writer’s turret” and use your imagination to put the finishing touches on the large barn. Come relax in peace and luxury after a day on the Potrero Trail or Tom Fazio design Preserve Golf Club.


Sold March 2020



4 Full | 3 Half


5,079 sq.ft. | 441 sq.ft.

Main House | Guest House

19 acres

Lot Size

24 Potrero Trail
24 Potrero Trail

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Lead Agent

Brian Keck

Brian Keck



Santa Lucia Preserve

The Santa Lucia Preserve is a 20,000 acre community nestled in the coastal foothills just minutes from Carmel-by-the-Sea, Pebble Beach and Monterey. This extraordinary community is limited to just 300 homesites and enjoys a pleasant year-round climate generally sheltered from the nearby ocean fog. This picturesque landscape consists of rolling grasslands, oak woodlands, pine and redwood forests and has 18,000 acres permanently protected and dedicated to open space. In addition, two exceptional private clubs are offered to owners and members within the community; The Ranch Club & Preserve Golf Club. The Ranch club features a Spanish Colonial Hacienda built in the 1920’s and provides lodging and fine dining for members and their guests and is the gathering place for the community. The Ranch Club also offers a Sports Center with a variety of outdoor activities and an Equestrian Center. The Preserve Golf Club consists of a top 100 Tom Fazio designed golf course that provides a pure golf experience. The golf clubhouse sits on a knoll overlooking the 1st tee and 18th green.