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Inside A Futuristic $23,500,000 Oceanside Mansion | On The Market | Architectural Digest

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Today Architectural Digest brings you to Encinitas, California for a tour of the stunning and modern Crescent House, a spacious mansion situated on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Currently on the market for $23.5 million and designed by architect Wallace E. Cunningham, the shape of the crescent moon was a recurrent source of inspiration - from the circular terrace to crescent-shaped infinity pool. The effect is almost futuristic, something reinforced by having featured in the third season of HBO's 'Westworld.' With unbeatable ocean views and 4 bedrooms across over 6,200 square feet of space, the Crescent House is a uniquely luxurious home, worthy of its extraordinary location.

Featured artwork:

Living Room - “Mr Moose” by Joe Coffey @joecoffeyartistguy https://joecoffeyfineart.com/home.html
Guest Room - “Ngbee for Eileen Quinn” by Donald Martiny at the Madison Gallery @donaldmartiny @madisongallery http://www.madisongalleries.com/
Guest Room - "Primitive Art Statues" from the David Alan Collection https://thedavidalancollection.com/
Primary Suite - "Cullen" from the Valley Edition by Mary Little @marylittlestudio https://www.marylittle.com/
Primary Suite - "Universe 2022" by Alice Ronchi @alice__ronchi http://www.aliceronchi.com/
Primary Bathroom - “Adrift Coco Wall Decor No.1940-41” by Palecek https://www.palecek.com/palecek/
Media/Family Room - "Pardon my French" by Peter Buchman @peterbuchmanartist https://www.peterbuchman.com/


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