Step Inside Billionaire Mark Cuban’s New $19 Million Laguna Beach Vacation Home
One of everyone’s favorite Sharks is making a major splash in California real estate.
As a star of ABC’s Shark Tank, billionaire Mark Cuban knows how to make a smart deal, but the most exciting one he’s made recently—if you ask us—may very well be the purchase of this 8,000-square-foot mansion overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
The $19 million transaction makes the six-bedroom home the most expensive one sold in the exclusive Montage Residences in 2018 and the second most expensive home sold there ever, according to John Stanaland of , who represented the seller. In addition to a posh contemporary home, the sale includes access to all Montage resort amenities, including room service, housekeeping, the spa, and concierge.
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But’s those aren’t all the billionaire-worthy perks Cuban, whose main home is in Dallas, is inheriting with the purchase of his new Laguna Beach digs. Perched on a prime piece of oceanfront real estate, boasts 180-degree views of the Pacific. Foldaway doors make for a seamless transition from indoors to out, where a giant stone terrace with a fire pit, barbecue, and infinity pool await.
Inside, the contemporary living spaces feature high ceilings and upscale finishes, such as Mahogany and marble. Set within the multi-level house are two living rooms, a white-washed kitchen, a formal dining room, and six bedrooms, including a spacious master that opens onto the ocean-facing terrace. Cantilevered stairs lead to a swanky lower-level lounge with a bar area, media room, and expansive wine cellar.
Talk about a dreamy vacation home. But while it’s just-shy-of-$20-million sales price seems rather steep, the ultimate deal-maker indeed scored quite the deal, saving more than $6 mil off its original $26 million price tag.
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