Seaside Boys’ Mike Love lists Pebble Seaside mansion for $7 million

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Wouldn’t it’s good if Mike Love lastly bought his Pebble Seaside mansion? The Seaside Boys co-founder, who’s been attempting to shed the house since 2011, just lately relisted the Tuscan-style property for $7 million.

Spanning over an acre with ocean views, the wooded property facilities on a 9,000-square-foot mansion in-built 2006. Previous an exterior of stucco and stone, a dramatic arched entryway accesses the three-story flooring plan.

Inside, elegant residing areas combine with facilities equivalent to a wine cellar, movie show, sport room and gymnasium. Frequent areas embrace a two-story piano nook, chandelier-topped eating room and chef’s kitchen with a U-shaped island.

Overhead view of estate that centers on a Tuscan-style mansion with seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms in 9,000 square feet

The one-acre property facilities on a Tuscan-style mansion with seven bedrooms and 7 loos in 9,000 sq. ft.

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An elevator and sweeping staircase navigate the ground plan, ascending to an proprietor’s suite with a hearth, workplace and spa lavatory. It’s considered one of seven bedrooms seven loos.

Out again, there’s a flagstone patio on the primary degree, a deck on the second degree and a balcony on the third degree. The yard tacks on a spa and eating space with a pizza oven.

Love, 79, co-founded the Seaside Boys in 1961, and the surf rock band went on to popularize the “California sound” with hits equivalent to “Good Vibrations,” California Women” and “Wouldn’t It Be Good?” In 1988, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame as a member of the group.

He made headlines in October when he carried out at a Donald Trump fundraiser in Orange County with a touring model of the Seaside Boys — a move that was condemned by two different authentic members of the band, Brian Wilson and Al Jardine.

Ameer Tantawy and Joe Velasco of Compass maintain the itemizing.

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