NEWPORT, CA - Jesse Brossa sells a sumptuous estate located at 9 Spinnaker in Newport Beach, California; which was listed for nearly $8.2 million and sold for over $8.6 million. The sale of this estate was one of the highest sales in Crystal Cove’s Coral Crest neighborhood to date.
Situated on the largest lot spanning nearly 34,000 square feet, 9 Spinnaker boasts Ocean vistas as far as the eye can see.
Built by The New Home Company, this Plan 3 model encompasses five elegant bedrooms, five-and-one-half bathrooms and displays expert coastal craftsmanship in one of the world’s most prized locations. With a graceful Santa Barbara styled exterior, this brand-new property boasts stunning finishes and exquisite tailor-made details throughout. Such high-end finishes include, French doors, maple cabinetry, travertine tile, a chef inspired kitchen with granite countertops, hardwood flooring throughout, an expansive master bedroom with spa-like bath and a custom 4-car garage. Every home in this area was strategically placed to allow for unparalleled panoramas of the sparkling Pacific Ocean and breathtaking sunset views, creating a one-of-a-kind development. Modeled around three coastal Mediterranean styles found in the southern regions of Spain, France and Italy, Robert Hidey Architects created a truly awe-inspiring luxury home.
Jesse Brossa is an 11-year veteran of the real estate industry serving his clientele across South County, in enclaves such as Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Irvine, Coto de Caza and San Clemente. He is one of Orange County’s most respected agents providing unparalleled client services and leveraging his global reach with exceptional resources.
Jesse Brossa is an agent with Surterre Properties®, a top luxury residential real estate brokerage known for its teamwork and integrity. Surterre is one of the only brokerages with an in-house ad agency with a team of 15 experts delivering innovative marketing to its agents and clients not only in Orange County, but all over the world.
Pictured: Crystal Cove State Beach