Top home sales: 100 feet of skylights, a 2-level master suite closet and ‘jaw dropping’ views

Newly built, ocean-view homes with over-the-top skylights, a professional bar, a two-level master-suite closet and disappearing glass walls were the priciest homes sold in Orange County for the week ending August 29.

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38 Deep Sea, Newport Coast

Size: 13,040 square feet; 6 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms

Description: The house, built in 2014, is set on a half acre in guard-gated Crystal Cove. The home is entered through an oval entry coliseum framing a view of the Pacific Ocean. Five sets of disappearing pocket doors create an indoor/outdoor setting, and the open floor plan offers water views from every room. The master suite has dual closets and baths finished in onyx. On the subterranean level are a professional-caliber bar area with 3 televisions and a game area, and a spacious gym and spa with a sauna and steam shower. An elevator services all three stories.

Listed for: $22.5 million in April 2014

Sale price: $17.37 million

Sold by: Rex McKown and Marcy Weinstein of Surterre Properties were the listing agents; Lili Peters of the same firm represented the buyer.

1111 Dolphin Terrace, Corona del Mar

Size: 9,631 square feet; 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms

Description: Completed in May 2015 on nearly a half acre in Irvine Terrace, the “front row” home has 180-degree views of the Pacific Ocean and Newport Harbor. One hundred feet of skylights and floor-to-ceiling walls of glass drench the home in natural light. A state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, gym, home theater, elevator and a two-level closet in the master suite are among the amenities. The grounds include a grass yard and 45-foot swimming pool with a spa.

Listed for: $12.99 million in June

Sale price: $11.8 million

Sold by: Amen Wardy, Realty Source was the listing agent; Patty Quinn of Premiere Properties represented the buyer.

1821 Galatea Terrace, Corona del Mar

Size: 4,300 square feet; 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms

Description: This Spanish Colonial Revival-style, single-level house sits on a pie-shaped lot in Irvine Terrace, with a courtyard entry and “jaw dropping” ocean and harbor views. Interior highlights include a large center-island kitchen with high-ticket appliances, plus high ceilings, disappearing walls of glass, an office, gym, finishes such as marble and Catalina tile accents and a high-tech lighting system and audio-visual setup.

Listed for: $7.49 million in August 2014

Sale price: $6.25 million

Sold by: Steve High and Evan Corkett of Villa Real Estate were the listing agents; Paul Hoffman of the same firm represented the buyer.

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