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Seaside stunner asking $16M is ready for a ‘Big Little Lies’ cameo

There’s even a giant kitchen island

Cypress trees frame an aerial view of a boxy modern home in limestone and cedar wood. An infinity pool looks out onto the ocean beyond. Photos by Ryan Rosene and Robert Canfield, courtesy of Carmel Realty Company

Perhaps we’ve spent too many hours binge-watching HBO’s Big Little Lies, but this gorgeous five-bedroom, eight-bath home looks ready for a TV debut. Located near downtown Carmel on the Point Lobos coastline—just 15 minutes from Monterey, the setting for the hit show—the 6,670-square-foot home designed by Studio Schicketanz is a series of boxy cedar-wood and limestone blocks embedded into the hillside.

Like the show-stopping seaside homes owned by Big Little Lies characters Madeline, Celeste, and Renata, this neutral colored abode is all about the picturesque panorama. Exposed green rooftops sprout native plants, and a third-level living space is cantilevered to maximize sea views looking out to the bay (framed by the region’s iconic cypress tress, of course).

The master suite features nine-foot glass doors that slide open to a deck, and other glamorous perks include an elevator, four-car garage, and outdoor showers. The kitchen, too, is sleek enough for an HBO appearance; a large island, top-notch appliances, and bar stools for three hint of family discussions and high-end dinners.

And similar to the houses on Big Little Lies, this home is all about California’s iconic indoor-outdoor living. A single-story waterfall sets the stage, and you can imagine the Hollywood-level parties that could be had adjacent to the infinity pool.

Looking to live it up in California like the Monterrey Five? 230 Highway 1 is on the market now for $15,950,000.

An open-concept living room and dining room features two couches, a coffee table, a dining room for eight, and open doors out onto a spacious stone patio with ocean views.
Indoor-outdoor living at its finest, with sea views galore.
A kitchen features a rounded ceiling light, large kitchen island, a counter with bar stools for three, and high-end cabinetry that’s flush.
A state-of-the-art kitchen features high-design Boffi cabinetry, a Mugnaini wood-fired pizza oven, and elegant reclaimed stonework.
A bedroom features an armchair with footrest, small day bed, fireplace, rug, and views out onto the ocean.
The view from the master bedroom.
A living room features two wooden coffee tables, a white rug, cream couches, and a large TV on the wall.
A secondary living room is sleek in creams and beige.
An infinity pool is surrounded by a stone path on fake green grass, lounge furniture, and views to the ocean.
The pool area features an infinity pool and patio with panoramic views.
A stone patio features armchairs looking out to the ocean, behind a glass wind wall. The sun is setting and the ocean is rocky.
Sunsets made for TV.