La Casa Pacifica, a significant walled and gated compound reigning over 5.45 acres of sprawling pristine oceanfront with 450 linear feet on the beach, is enveloped in magnificent coastal gardens and grounds affording panoramic Pacific Ocean views and stunningly spectacular sunsets. The Spanish Colonial Revival architecture of the restored and modernized circa 1927 main residence has been immortalized in Architectural Digest on three occasions. The gleaming white structures contrast perfectly against the vibrant colors of the impeccably kept seaside gardens, where stands of exotic palms and Monterey cypress sway in the ocean breezes and shade wide expanses of emerald lawn. The estate comprises a main residence of 9,000 square feet, a 3,000-square-foot poolside entertaining pavilion with guest wing, a two-bedroom guest house, and multiple staff accommodations, for a grand total of 15,000 interior square feet. An oceanfront swimming pool, a lighted north-south tennis court, and a putting green beckon to outdoor activity enthusiasts. Once home to President Richard Nixon, La Casa Pacifica has lavished luminaries and royalty at historic galas during its glorious past and shines on as one of the world’s most tantalizing treasures.