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The final product was showcased on the cover of the February 2017 issue of Architectural Digest.

Ryan Murphy’s Laguna Beach, CA, estate

Aerial view

You get behind the gates of the property, you immediately know that you are a part of something special and can truly feel the attention to detail that went to the house, which took 10 years to build,” notes Stanaland.

The master suite includes restored rosewood in the home midcentury layout that was first, and the master bathroom is as large as some people’s living rooms.
The browse ’s up, but the price is down on the gorgeous
Laguna Beach, CA, home of gifted TV mogul Ryan Murphy. Back in June 2018, the house went on the market for $18.75 million–this past month, Murphy relisted it for $17.75 million.
He then proceeded to completely renovate it, hiring architect Mark Singer and interior designer Cliff Fong to perform the honors.

“Peaceful, clean-lined, contemporary, and strangely quirky, my eventually completed family home embodies my fantasy of California–glamorous but simple, a place to dream and escape –and how I envisioned myself living here when I was kid,” Murphy told the book.

“With summer around the corner, this is the best time of this year to flaunt this one-of-a-kind, property ” states Stanaland.

Murphy, 53, has just two other mansions in Southern California, based on Variety.  His main home is a Spanish Revival mansion in the Beverly Hills Flats, and he just completed a six-year renovation in Brentwood on his own mansion.

Master bath
The home has a spacious floor plan filled to a wealth of skylights and windows and four bedrooms.

The home takes advantage of the shore, island, and sea views.  Manicured and walled gardens, lots of conversation and dining areas, a lap pool, a pavilion, and a fireplace are all found on the grounds.

“ There is no equal land in Laguna Beach, and it is unlikely an identical land would be approved by the city ,” says Stanaland.
Murphy, the manufacturer and creator of such shows as”Nip/Tuck,” “Glee,””American Horror Story,” and”American Crime Story,” acquired the Southern California beach property in 2004 for $4,475,000.
“The price adjustment was created as a good-faith gesture in accordance with the market slowing a bit,” says listing agent John Stanaland of Villa Real Estate.

Living room

Stanaland praises the house ’s architect and his layout while minding Murphy’s thoughts on California: “The estate was designed by Mark Singer, who was a famous architect, a friend, and client of mine before he passed. It s a excellent example of his job. He took advantage of the whole 1.25-acre lot and made a house that showcases the finest of California living. ”