House of the week: Casa Bella Villa

Bella Villa sits on a premier ridge-top golf course site in the gated community of Santaluz. This new 10,000-square-foot Tuscan masterpiece is situated on 1.4 acres with ocean, golf course, city and backcountry views.

Location:
7916 Entrada De Luz East

Priced at:
$6,495,000

Includes:
Four bedroom suites in the main house and a detached one-bedroom guest casita with separate living room. Gourmet kitchen, walk-in pantry, and butler’s pantry with warming drawer. Wired to accommodate the ultimate in Smart Home technology; Vanishing-edge pool with swim up bar, spa, separate pool bath with sauna.

Contact:
Valerie Pekar, Willis Allen Real Estate, 755-2280 or valeriepekar@shawnrodger.com.

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