Chic Carmel Cottage

San Carlos 2SE of 13th, Carmel-by-the-Sea

Newly rebuilt in 2015, this quiet, private, and meticulously maintained home sits on the edge of the Golden Rectangle, allowing easy access to town and the beach while being out of the hustle and bustle. With over 2,200 of living space, this home combines classic details with lux interiors. Limestone flooring imported designer lighting, Carrera marble, and high-end appliances elevate the interiors while Sonos in-ceiling speakers, Lutron lighting, and a Savant home automation system allow you to customize your living and entertaining experience. Fourteen-foot folding glass doors separate the kitchen and backyard or easily open onto the 300-foot limestone patio with a large gas firepit. A formal living room, two bedrooms, one full bathroom, and mudroom with 1/2 bath complete the downstairs. Upstairs you'll find the sizeable primary bedroom with a southwest-facing balcony. This house is a true gem, don't miss out!

Co-listed with The Malone Hodges Team Carmel Realty Company CalBRE #01471087

$5,250,000

ML81872454

3

Bedrooms

2 Full | 1 Half

Bathrooms

2,210sq.ft.

House Size

5,663 sq.ft.

Lot Size

San Carlos 2SE of 13th
San Carlos 2SE of 13th

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Lead Agent

Jessica Canning

Jessica Canning

831.238.5535

ABOUT THE AREA

Carmel-by-the-Sea

Founded in 1902 and incorporated in 1916, Carmel-By-The-Sea is steeped in artistic history and natural coastal beauty.  In the heart of Carmel-By-The-Sea lies the Golden Rectangle, a 10 block by 8 block area encompassing the very essence of Carmel.  It is the epicenter of the local real estate market and hosts truly special homes and residents alike.  The Golden Rectangle is scattered with French Victorian homes from famed architect M.J. Murphy, Tudor style cottages by Hugh Comstock which are blended in with Midcentury Modern and Spanish style homes throughout.  It is known for being dog friendly and attracting audiences from around the world.

Artists who originally built homes in Carmel-by-the-Sea, named their homes instead of giving street names. That is why there are no home addresses.