Merle Tabor Stern Sells Unique Eco-Friendly Home in Corona del Mar for $2.95M
Posted by Justin Hutchinson — March 9, 2015
NEWPORT BEACH, CA - What could be better than life in Corona del Mar’s cherished village? How about life in a stunning contemporary masterpiece of a home that actually produces as much or more energy than it consumes?
With a rare LEED Platinum Certification, the gorgeous, newly constructed home located at 609 Marigold is ahead of its time when it comes to efficiency. Its roof features 42 solar panels, rendering the residence “Net Zero” with the promise of cumulative savings over time. And, thanks to the unprecedented attention to detail that defines its esthetic, it offers a green living experience that’s truly chic and luxurious.
Encompassing four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a loft lounge/den area, the home showcases beautiful contemporary design, complete with opulent touches throughout. Features like custom walnut doors, windows and cabinetry create a warm ambiance throughout, while amenities including a built-in master closet with its own private exit and a two-car garage make for a heightened level of convenience.
With close proximity to the pristine beaches, world-renowned dining and shopping, and the top-tier schools that render Corona del Mar one of coastal Orange County’s most desirable places to call home, this unique residence promises a lifestyle that’s quintessentially Californian.
Merle Tabor Stern represented the developer/seller in this transaction, which marks their second LEED Platinum Net-Zero home. To learn more about their other “green” projects, please contact Merle at 949-933-3367 or email@example.com.