Kristin Cavallari's Family Home

In the real Orange County, not everyone ends up living in their custom-built home. The intended family residence of actress Kristin Cavallari has come on the market at $13.95 million in Three Arch Bay, a gated Laguna Beach community.

Cavallari was playing herself in 28 episodes of "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County" (2004-05) during part of the eight-year construction period but never occupied the feng shui-savvy residence. And in what may seem to blur the lines between reality and reality TV, the home was designed by architect Jim Conrad, father of fellow cast member Lauren Conrad, who went on to star in "The Hills" (2006-09).

The newly built contemporary has four bedrooms and six bathrooms in 7,100 square feet and sits on 3.25 acres with views of Catalina and the coastline. Natural stone -- more than $2 million was spent on masonry -- and hardwoods were used extensively in the construction. There is an infinity pool, nearly an acre of landscaped grounds and gardens, and parking for 25 cars.

Architect Jim Conrad needed more than $2m for the home's extensive masonry work:

The game room at the newly built contemporary home:

Spa area with steam and sauna rooms:

A room off the kitchen opens directly outdoors:

The dining room of the 7,100-square-foot home:

The waterfall entry to the Laguna Beach home:

A view from one of the four bedrooms:


Will entertain an offer between $12,500,000- $13,995,000. Brand-new crafted contemporary estate on over three acres with panoramic Catalina and North Coast views. Design approved by a Feng Shui master, this gorgeous home offers serenity, and a natural flow ideal for the coastal indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Crafted using organic materials including all-natural stone walls, limestone floors inside and out, and cherry, walnut and African wenge and babinga woods for floors, doors and cabinets. Mature landscaping. Infinity pool, spa, steam, dry sauna, 2000-bottle wine cellar, game room, gym, yoga studio with koi pond, media room, top-grade kitchen and outdoor cooking area. Private trail to scenic overlook. Heated floors, acoustic-insulated rooms, custom sound and lighting, high-volume ceilings and organic designer accents throughout. Eco-friendly construction with solar heating, and extreme insulation.


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