A Laguna Seaside mansion constructed on an oceanfront lot that when served as a refuge for the real-life household behind “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet” has relisted at $42.5 million.
In April 2022, it sought $40 million.
The worth improve follows modifications to the five-bedroom, 8,718-square-foot residence with eight bogs. In keeping with The Atlman Brothers at Douglas Elliman Realty, greater than $1.3 million in enhancements went into the property.
Itemizing brokers Josh and Matt Altman in an Instagram story likened the intense white stucco home on this three-quarter-acre lot to the cliffside dwellings on the Greek island of Santorini.
Glass partitions and home windows bathe the largely white inside in pure gentle, providing unobstructed ocean views from nearly each room.
The home opens on an open-concept ground plan. A fire warms the dwelling space of the nice room. The eat-in gourmand kitchen boasts a middle island and a breakfast space that results in an oceanfront patio, full with a built-in barbecue and pizza oven.
Up the spiral staircase lies the first suite with fireplaces within the bed room and toilet, which features a walk-in bathe and separate tub.
There’s a movie show, wine cellar, moist bar and sport room.
The home backs as much as a waterfall pool, scorching tub and stream. And the landscaping has been revamped to function largely succulents for a Mediterranean fashion.
A personal staircase descends to Victoria Seaside.
House owner Tony Ciabattoni, who spoke to Southern California Information Group in 2022 when the property was first listed, stated it was right here the place Ozzie Nelson wrote “Ozzie and Harriet” scripts and Ricky and David Nelson handed the time taking part in seaside volleyball.
The Nelson household largely loved on the weekends what was then a three-bedroom, single-story cottage constructed within the mid-Nineteen Fifties. After Ozzie Nelson died in 1975 at 69, Harriet Nelson completely relocated to the seaside home. She died there in 1994 at 85.
David Nelson and the grownup youngsters of his late brother, the previous teen idol Ricky Nelson — who died in a airplane crash at 45 in 1985 — bought the property to Ciabattoni and his spouse, Jane, in 1997 for $1.85 million.
The couple razed the unique cottage and changed it with the Mediterranean property designed by architect Brion Jeannette and accomplished in 1999.