Peek inside new $24 million Corona del Mar home with wine lounge under a see-through swimming pool

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The newly built home with the see-through pool cantilevered above the living space hit the market this month. It has 10,168 square feet, six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. (Photo by Blake Richards)
As you sip your premium wine in the lounge, a swimmer glides through the water directly above you, encased in an infinity-edge pool with a see-through, glass bottom.

It’s not a fantasy – if you have $24 million.

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That’s the asking price on a newly constructed house in Cameo Shores, where builders lately are digging down and adding subterranean levels to maximize space.

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A height restriction in the oceanfront Corona del Mar neighborhood of mostly single story homes has given way to some creative ideas.

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On the same street in June, a newly built 8,341-square-foot house with a large glass window to admire the Tesla Model X in the garage from inside the home sold for $11.6 million (car not included).

The new home with the see-through pool cantilevered above the living space hit the market this month. It has 10,168 square feet, six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

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Designed by architect Chris Brandon and built by Spinnaker Development, the house at 4501 Camden Drive is entered through a 12-foot mahogany door with a hydraulic pivot.

In the kitchen are top-of-the-line Wolf, Sub-Zero and Bosch appliances and Lumix countertops; there’s also a butler’s kitchen.

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The master’s suite includes a pop-up television cabinet, round soaking tub and steam shower. The lower level boasts a movie theater with a 137-inch screen and acoustic paneling, as well as a six-screen media room, large, sleek bar, and a walk-in wine cellar and lounge.

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