On the Market: Over-the-Top Amenities You Won’t Find in Most Homes

Newport Coast
42 Deep Sea
$21.99 million
12,870 square feet
➜ This 2017 Mediterranean will win you over with an indoor putting green, sauna, gym, and an infinity pool with ocean views—just a few of the home’s many perks. The three-story residence has four bedroom suites, two bedrooms, 11 baths, and a kitchen with stone countertops. Steve High, 949-698-1903

Laguna Beach
4 Emerald Bay
$8.99 million
4,305 square feet
➜ A cold plunge pool and spa invite relaxation in this 1999 Santa Barbara-style residence. You can also unwind in the master suite’s ample tub. The three-story home has views of the hills and the coast, four additional bedroom suites, three fireplaces, and a kitchen
with stainless-steel appliances. Andrew McDonald, 949-290-8393

San Juan Capistrano
25711 Paseo De La Paz
$5.9 million
9,600 square feet
➜ Take the elevator to the subterranean, temperature-controlled wine cellar of this 2008 Mediterranean, then hang around for a movie in the tiered-seating theater. Or head outdoors where you’ll find a kitchen, pool, and spa. Clint Worley, 949-870-5058

Curtis Robinson

Wisdom From a Golf Pro
Curtis Robinson is an instructor at Rancho San Joaquin Golf Course in Irvine.

The golfer’s home …
Make sure you have high ceilings so you can work on your swing year-round. Long hallways are also great for working on your putting, or use a backyard putting green if you have the space.

Best in-home golf gadget …
Golf simulators are amazing. You can hit any shot you want, from driver to putter, and most of them even simulate playing full courses.

No. 1 tip …
Focus on your short game—lots of chipping and putting. It’s the one aspect of the game that’s most overlooked.

Fitness regimen …
Working out is important. Doing lots of cardio will help you maintain your stamina while you play. Core work will help you maintain your posture, and shoulder and arm work is also beneficial.

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