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Casa De Los Peregrinos


Tucked inland on a hilltop in Newport Beach, the Casa de los Peregrinos is a unique blend of French- and Spanish-style country living. The sprawling vista features panoramic views of Santa Catalina Island, Big Corona Beach, Newport Harbor, the tip of the Balboa Peninsula, and more. This master project combines reclaimed wood and tile, boulder, brick, and wrought iron materials to create an inviting getaway with plenty of curb appeal.

PROJECT SIZE

12,400 sq ft

PROJECT LOCATION

Newport, California

PROJECT DURATION

36 months

Eclectic Furnishings

The Casa, which took more than three years to construct, is more than 12,400 square feet, including the garage and backyard chapel. It also features five wood-burning fireplaces, a sauna, powder room, butler’s pantry, scullery, stone-slab bridge crossing over a water feature, an interior stair tower, library, and wine cellar. Every detail—from the gardenesque landscaping to the cozy nooks and eclectic furnishings—was designed to give homeowners a chance to slow down and take it all in.

More than 300 artisans contributed their talents to make the Casa de los Peregrinos a reality.