18483 Calle Tramonto
|Lot Size||1.33 acres|
This extraordinary Steve Sharratt-built home is a tribute to meticulous, thoughtful design and exceptional custom construction. Located at The Bridges, Rancho Santa Fe’s most prestigious and sought-after golf course community, and situated at the end of a peaceful cul-de-sac on a premium 1.3 acre parcel, this exquisite estate captures amazing views of the golf course, signature free-spanning suspension bridges and the spectacular Bridges Clubhouse. Custom design features include Albertini windows, hand-chiseled stone interior and exterior walls, vintage timbers, cabinets by French Tradition, rich walnut flooring, antique terra-cotta pavers, honed and tumbled stones and mosaics, carved limestone fireplaces and authentic plaster walls. The main floor includes an intimate, beautifully appointed master bedroom suite featuring an outdoor Jacuzzi and wonderful views of the pool and golf course, an expertly appointed kitchen with conservatory-style morning room that opens to the beautiful garden via floor-to-ceiling glass and iron doors, a spacious executive office providing a welcoming private retreat, and a secondary office adjacent to the kitchen. The second level features a large viewing balcony, a common gathering room and three generous en-suite bedrooms. The lower level is a recreational paradise boasting a 14-seat theatre complete with Stewart screen and Runco projector, a full-swing golf simulator, a game room, a full-service bar with chilled tap and a temperature controlled wine cellar. An elevator provides convenient access to all three levels. A private, attached guest casita has its own fireplace and entrance. Outdoors, the pool and spa are surrounded by fragrant and colorful flowering gardens and the covered outdoor cabana, with its own convenient bath and full bar, provide for year-round entertaining. An over-sized garage will accommodate at least 6 cars and an auxiliary 2-car garage is connected to the main level. This spectacular home epitomizes “living well at The Bridges”.