San Onofre Drive

Palisades Riviera

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In 1953, when The Pacific Palisades was a sparsely populated frontier, Ronald Reagan hiked to the top of the Santa Monica Mountains and planted his flag. On a wooded promontory with 200 degree city and ocean views, he built the family home where he would become President of SAG, The Governor of California and The President of The United States. The original structure was demolished--while salvaging articles of historic importance for inclusion in the newly built compound.

FEATURES: Six bedrooms, 9 baths including separate guest house; gated 300 ft. driveway; 6 fireplaces--2 with antique surrounds; rare chandeliers throughout; antique beamed ceilings; antique French oak floors; columned veranda with fireplace; Scott Shrader designed landscaping with 100 year old olive trees, heated saltwater pool and invisible glass walled spa; custom steel doors throughout; 12-14 ft. ceilings throughout; 24 ft. high entryway, handmade Bevolo gas lanterns throughout; custom wood paneling; professional kitchen designed in concert with Chef Gino Angelini; custom Officine Gullo range; professional cashmere-walled screening room; 2,000 bottle wine cellar; powder room lined with 25,000 hand-applied peacock feathers; show garage with kegerator bar; skylights throughout; exterior kitchen with pizza oven; historic Reagan bar where the Governor decided to run for President; original door to the shower where Mr. Reagan discovered he had been elected President of The United States.