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'Baroque Fantasia' with a Bright Designer Redo Asks $23M

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Location: Pebble Beach, Calif.
The Skinny: Recently featured in Architectural Digest, the luscious Casa Ladera—which the magazine called a "baroque fantasia"—was designed in the 1961 by established East Coast architect Robert D. Farquhar, and decorated by boisterous designer Juan Pablo Molyneux. Now on the market for $23M, the 10,136-square-foot Spanish Colonial–style home boasts five brightly-colored bedrooms and a whole host of vibrant sitting rooms, each with its own over-the-top display of wacky wallpaper, loud upholstery, and intricate Portuguese-style tiled walls. "No attention to detail or expense has been spared," closes the brokerbabble. "Owning this iconic estate is like owning a piece of history at its best."

· 1658 Crespi Lane [Estately]