The Wavecrest Collection Beach Road Homes Are Coastal Chic

By Kathryn Romeyn | December 13, 2019 | Home & Real Estate

Two newly constructed $6.998 million homes in Dana Point’s guard-gated Beach Road are the epitome of coastal chic. Welcome to The Wavecrest Collection.

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35341 Beach Road

What’s white, black and blue all over? The Cape Cod-contemporary beach pad dubbed “Montauk” by San Clemente architect Jack Garland, Mur-Sol Builders and Barclay Butera Interiors. It’s one of two brand-new homes lined up on bucolic Beach Road, each one of a kind but with five en suite bedrooms, a commercial-grade elevator and an elevated deck above the sand.

Beach Vibes
“Once inside, it feels as if you are on permanent vacation,” says The Agency’s Phillip Caruso. “The home allows you to gaze at ocean views that draw you in for hours.” Soaring ceilings, an open-plan layout and stackable doors keep things light and airy.

High-Tech Highlights
Electronic window coverings, opaque transition privacy glass and multiple smart-home systems are featured throughout. “Push a button and the entire house lights up and automatic shades lift to reveal your complete ocean view,” shares Caruso.

Master Touch
The master suite includes a soft retreat where ocean breezes blow through the marble bathroom, which features a custom oversize soaking tub.

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35345 Beach Road

If a house could lower a person’s blood pressure, this one would do it. Super-Zen and quiet, this hypercontemporary stucco design is finished with caramel-hued, weather-sealed cedar engineered wood and eye-catching lighting. Another stunner in the aforementioned team’s row of singular beach homes, it’s built for those attracted to a fun lifestyle and fine craftsmanship.

Location, Location
“One of the most unique aspects of these properties is their true beachfront location, situated between two iconic landmarks, San Clemente Pier and Dana Point Harbor, with unobstructed views of both,” says Caruso.

Entertainment Hub
The abode is nothing less than a dream for those who love to cook and entertain, and the glass-walled, 96-bottle wine vault isn’t the only reason. “The Carrara marble kitchen island is a perfect place to prepare a locally caught fish while guests sip and enjoy a wonderful vintage from your temperature-controlled cellar,” says Caruso.

All in the Details
Five en suite bedrooms—the master with a generous ocean-view deck—are split between two levels, with grand open-plan living areas, a superb front patio, smart-home systems, two fireplaces and a sand room with surf shower. “With elements seen in the most high-end resorts in the world, you feel a sense of luxury, peace and comfort,” notes Caruso.

Both homes are represented by Michael Caruso, Phillip Caruso, James Harris and David Parnes, The Agency



Photography by: Photos courtesy of The Agency