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A Brutalist-style concrete mansion that made waves for its unique design in Corona Del Mar, California, has been bought by a mystery buyer.
The 8,053-square-foot, six-bedroom estate is a bold example of Brutalist architecture from the 1970s and features a concrete exterior, as well as glass walls, skylights, and a large oval swimming pool. Built on a double lot overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the house was listed for $13.9 million in November, and it only took a few short months for a mystery buyer to snatch it up despite some apprehension from potential buyers affecting the sale.
Located on Arizona Avenue, the mansion is seen as highly unusual in a beach town best known for its iconic beach cottages and Mediterranean mansions. The Brutalist-style house was built in 1977 by homeowner Jack Barth and is one of a handful of similar homes along the coast.
The estate boasts a large main house with a south-facing great room, a library, and an expansive outdoor terrace with a fire pit. The master bedroom, located on the second story, has commanding views of the ocean. The backyard is an additional highlight, with a large swimming pool and private bar.
The two-story house, although unorthodox in its design, has a certain appeal to those looking for something extra special in a beachfront home. With its unique and striking design, it’s no wonder that this Brutalist concrete mansion was snatched up quickly by a mystery buyer.