Nestled within one of the most coveted spots on the breathtaking Mendocino Coast, the residences at Indian Shoals are nothing short of extraordinary, perched along the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. This property’s backyard extends into the pristine expanse of the Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historic Park, a vast 270-acre sanctuary teeming with natural wildlife.
This magnificent two-story residence boasts an architectural design that leaves a lasting impression. Originally constructed with impeccable craftsmanship in 1991 as a 3-bedroom, 4-bathroom home, it has undergone recent renovations and now presents itself as a grand estate, featuring five primary bedrooms and bathrooms, along with versatile multi-use rooms. This transformation caters to those in search of spacious coastal living or the ability to host larger gatherings with ease.
Originally spanning approximately 4,300+ square feet and including a six-car attached garage and interior storage space, the home has been thoughtfully redesigned to accommodate a game loft, a theater room, a wine cellar, an art studio with a gallery, or any other desired use. The livable area now encompasses around 7,950+ square feet, offering a vast canvas for your creative living.
Perched on a knoll, the home maximizes its southern exposure, ensuring unobstructed ocean views. Surrounding outdoor decking with multiple access points enhances the overall entertainment value of this remarkable property. (Note: Some photos have been virtually staged.
Kira Meade, Mendo Sotheby's International & Mara T Pilotti, UBS Realty Advisors