9 Seabreeze Terrace
Project name: 9 Seabreeze Terrace
Location: Dana Point, California
Client: Wisdom Investment Lee LLC
Area: Livable – 8,012 ft²; Garage – 876 ft²; Mechanical – 204 ft²; Total – 9,092 ft²
9 Seabreeze Terrace is located at Dana Point, CA. This two-story 8,012 ft2 home is situated on a 12,083 ft2 lot at The Strand at Headland, one of the most prestigious gated oceanfront communities in Southern California. The Strand offers expansive Pacific Ocean and coastline views, situated steps from 1.5 miles of Strand Beach and is surrounded by nearly 70 acres of open space, parks and trails. This lot enjoys over 90 feet of lot width at the curb, giving a big canvas for the high end custom home design. The project was designed by Brion Jeanette Architects. Archimorphic was later commissioned to improve the building façade during construction as well as interior design to reflect the expectations of coastal living at its best.
This luxurious, contemporary sweeping ocean view estate consists of 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 2 power rooms, private office, elevator, home theater, game room with bar, sauna and wine cellar. Driven by client’s persistent pursuit of minimalism and high quality of life, we spare no effort to create a modern interior design with a warm home experience.
Enter through the 8ft wide single pivot glass door and be drawn to a backdrop of unparalleled panoramic ocean, coastline, sunset and Catalina Island views. Massive Great Room with towering 11ft ceilings, European oak flooring, cove lighting, dining area, Italian crafted Poliform kitchen, Taj Majal White Natural Quartzite slabs w/waterfall edge and appliances from Miele.
The 10ft tall glass panel Fleetwood doors electronically glide open for seamless indoor/outdoor living. The resort style terrace offers a glass mosaic infinity-edge pool, elevated spa, sun deck and outdoor kitchen with veranda for alfresco dining. Ascend to the upper rooftop terrace and experience a private entertaining oasis where groups of all sizes will enjoy the mesmerizing ocean views as the sun sets behind Catalina Island.