It took three years to build Villa Rockledge in Laguna Beach, California. Constructed between 1918-1921, this luxurious estate featuring twelve-bedrooms, and 11 bathrooms was hand crafted, using no machinery. Now included on the National Register of Historic Places, the estate harkens back to a time when Hollywood’s elite began driving down the coast to film, vacation, and enjoy the serenity of the seaside community.
Some of its most stunning features include the heavy, carved, wooden doors throughout, and the wrought iron detailing. The 8,065-square foot home is made-up of unique rooms, as not one is identical, nor are any of them a standard rectangle.
Modern updates including new electrical, Wi-Fi, and a smart home system provide 21st-century comforts that can be enjoyed while taking in the true beauty of the property with its unobstructed ocean views from almost every room. Accommodating up to 28 people the estate includes a main residence, four private villas, and two guest rooms. Not to mention the two garages and four carports that can fit up to 16 cars.
All of this could be yours for $250,000 a month, or $95,000 a month in a one-year lease. It is also up for sale with a $30 million price tag.