Coronado Castle in San Diego Listed on Compass
The Robb Report boasts that almost 100 years after it was first built, this home is ready for a new ownership era and the next iteration of the Roaring Twenties. The estate has both original elements and modern additions—like a 7,000-square-foot wellness and entertainment level. Constructed by renowned architect Richard Requa for business magnate W.A. Gunn in 1925, the Coronado Castle is a San Diego landmark thanks to its Spanish Mediterranean-style design and Old Hollywood glamour.
Compass agent Chris Clements notes that the property has been the setting for countless weddings, fundraisers, and events over the years. The main home and guest house encircle the inner courtyard, which includes the pool, Moorish gardens, and an estancia with an outdoor kitchen and fireside dining area. The lush gardens are sprinkled with 100-year-old olive trees, three fountains, a dog run, and a putting green. In total, there are four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and three half-bathrooms with perfect views of the ocean. Read the full article about this historic home at the Robb Report.