Designed by Eric Mossman, This Cannery Village Residence Exudes Contemporary Charm
Coastal and urban-chic lifestyles blend perfectly in this gorgeous Parisian-style home, situated atop two commercial income units in Newport Beach’s historic Cannery Village. Designed by Eric Mossman, this Architectural Digest quality home offers a comfortable layout with three bedrooms, three baths, an expansive great room that opens to a chef’s kitchen, side and rooftop gardens, and a screened balcony overlooking the village. A wide sweeping staircase curves upward to the spacious master suite with a spa-like bath. Fine finishes throughout include five designer fireplaces, limestone and wood floors, beveled glass, walnut cabinetry, custom moldings and millwork, coffered ceilings, copper gutters and chimney caps, wrought-iron balustrades, a dumbwaiter from the garage, eight-foot solid wood doors and nine-foot+ ceilings. Each rental unit includes its own entrance from the street, fireplace, and the same level of finish as the residence itself. The building is set apart from side neighbors, offering privacy and natural light. The commercial units can generate between $5,000 and $6,000 per month of income, and there are seven parking spaces.
LOCATION: 419 31 Street, Newport Beach
AGENT: Chris Guziak, Coast Sothey’s International Realty
CONTACT: Cell: 949.285.0509; Email: Guziak@gmail.com