The Love Story of Mariona
A rare and exquisite gem on the California Riviera. Mariona, (also known as Rockledge) begins at the gate of this historic estate- one of the most spectacular homes in Laguna Beach. Built by the renowned developer Frank Miller of the Mission Inn, Riverside, CA. Known as the Castle by the Sea, this home has 25,000 sq. ft. of uncompromising beauty. The estate includes 4 guest villas and has been restored and offers 12 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, breathtaking ocean views, private parking for 12 cars, lush grounds and a private cove with a tidepool. This historic masterpiece is a rare find. E rated in the national registry and approved for the Mills Act tax advantage.
Wall Street Journal | May 8, 2014
“Historic California Beach Home Seeks $30 Million”
A historic home perched on a cliff above the ocean in Laguna Beach, Calif., is hitting the market for $30 million, according to listing agent Azita Sadeghi of Teles Properties…click here to read more.
Curbed.com | May 19, 2014
“SoCal’s Historic ‘Villa Rockledge’ Roars Back For $30M”
Finding a sprawling, Mediterranean Revival clifftop villa with a private beach, amazing views and a National Registry of Historic Places pedigree is no small order…click here to read more.
Orange County Register | May 29, 2014
“Hot Homes: Historic 12-bedroom Laguna estate set at $30 million”
The construction of “Mariona,” a sprawling, oceanfront Laguna Beach estate overlooking a private cove, began nearly 100 years ago…click here to read more.
LuxuryRealEstate.com | June 3, 2014
“Historic Laguna Beach Estate Featured in The OC Register”
The historic 12-bedroom Laguna estate set at $30 million and listed by Teles Laguna agent Azita Sadeghi was featured this week in the ‘Hot Homes’ section of the OC Register…click here to read more.
Orange Coast Magazine | October 21, 2014
November 2014: O.C.’s Grandest Homes
The Ultimate O.C. Home Tour A wall-mounted Lamborghini? Four guest villas perched above a cliffside manor? A stony creek that flows through an entryway? Orange County has all that—and more…click here to read more.
The Orange County Register | November 21, 2014
Tour 14 landmark Orange County homes
Some Orange County residences tell compelling stories that transcend the topic of real estate…click here to read more.