Category Archives: Pebble Beach Lifestyle

So you want to live on an estate in Pebble Beach CA . . . On a budget?

Living in Pebble Beach can be a pricey proposition particularly if you are dreaming of a large estate on a large lot in the Estate area of Central Pebble Beach.

Guess what?  This category of property, just became more affordable!  Now listed at $2,350,000 –  3146 Fergusson Lane with 4,289 SF is now $547.91 per SF and is situated on a 1+ acre corner lot.  Amazing.  WALK, DON’T RUN to see this amazing property bathed in sunshine.

Open House Saturday 7/29 1:00 – 4:00pm 

Or Call Susan for an appointment, 831-320-6801

www.3146Fergusson.com

Spacious living room looking out to lovely views

This spacious five bedroom, three and a half bath residence is ideal for those who love the Pebble Beach lifestyle. The spacious living room with high ceilings and gas fireplace . . .

Spacious living room with large fireplace

flows onto a large wrap around deck where you can enjoy lovely views and sunshine. On this main floor is also a huge master suite, formal dining room, den, eat-in kitchen, atrium, laundry room and two-car garage.

Lots more on the lower level . . .

Susan Clark, Alain Pinel Realtors

Contact me for more information or to arrange a private showing.

831-320-6801

 

 

 

Pebble Beach ~ Estate area ~Open House Saturday 4/29 Noon – 3:00PM

3146 Fergusson Lane, Pebble Beach  4289 SF, on 1.06 acre
Pebble Beach Golf Links Photo taken by Bob Borden

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 4/29 NOON – 3:00PM

3146 FERGUSSON LANE, PEBBLE BEACH

Offered at $2,795,000

Situated on an amazing 1 acre+ corner lot in the Estate area of Pebble Beach, close to golf and all the Pebble Beach lifestyle has to offer, sits this lovely custom home built in 1974.  Join me for a tour of this beautiful residence.  View tour.

Hope to see you at my Open House

on Saturday, April 29th, in Pebble Beach!

Susan Clark, Realtor 831-320-6801

 

 

 

AT&T Pro Am Golf Tournament 2017 ~ Pebble Beach CA

AT&T Pro Am Golf Tournament 2017 Feb 6th- 12th

SAVE THE DATE  Pebble Beach will soon be over run with thousands of golf enthusiasts ready to see some great golf and also catch a view of some of the celebrities that will be playing this  year.  190,000 spectators are expected to crowd into Pebble Beach in early February to see who will take the crown away from the defending champion, Vaughn Taylor.

Vaughn Taylor 2016 AT&T Champion

Millions of TV viewers will also get the thrill of viewing the beautiful coastline of Pebble Beach as seen from the Goodyear Blimp – in addition to watching the professionals and celebrities maneuver the three courses where the tournament is played.  Spyglass Hill Golf Course is rated one of the toughest courses in the world, but the Monterey Country Club Shore Course and the Pebble Beach Golf Links thrill the golfers and spectators alike with the amazing views from those courses.

Huey Lewis

Many of the celebrities playing this year are the “usual suspects” like Huey Lewis, Kenny G, Andy Garcia, Wayne Gretzky, Chris O’Donnell, Justin Timberlake, Steve Young, Ray Romano and, of course, Bill Murray who somehow is able to do a comedy act while playing amazing golf.  Speaking of Ray Romano, in 2013 I had kind of a humorous exchange with Ray – check out my March 7,  2013 entry in my archives of this blog to read a funny story.

Bill Murray

My husband and I have been coming to the AT&T for many, many years – in fact, I came to the tournament more often when I lived in San Francisco.  Now I just like to catch some of the practice rounds.

Pebble Beach Golf Links ~ photo by Bob Borden

 

Hubby, Allan Freidson and his friend, Bob Borden

As is tradition, I’m sure my husband and his friend Bob will be out on the course again this year.  They love to watch the practice rounds and then go play golf on one of the local courses.  So whether you go to the tournament or just watch it on TV – enjoy.  It’s  a great tournament that raises millions for local charities.

Susan Clark is a realtor with Alain Pinel Realtors on the Monterey Peninsula specializing in the sale of  luxury homes in Carmel and Pebble Beach.

Susan Clark on the Monterey Peninsula Country Club Shore Course

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It’s Like Being On A Perennial Vacation? Living the Monterey Peninsula Lifestyle

Living the Monterey Peninsula Lifestyle

Late lunch on Schooner's deck at the Monterey Plaza hotel
Late lunch on Schooner’s deck at the Monterey Plaza hotel

My husband and I moved down here from San Francisco 17 years ago and ever since then, it’s been like we’ve been on a perennial vacation!  What ‘s great is you don’t have to put aside a whole week to get away somewhere to become refreshed, relaxed, and replenished – all you need is a few hours!  It was our dream to move here for years.  Whether you live in Carmel, Pebble Beach, Pacific Grove, or Monterey.  Natural beauty and “vacation living” is close by and lots of time spur of the moment!

Monterey Bay
Monterey Bay

For instance leaving work this afternoon on a warm, sunny, beautiful afternoon about 1:00pm,  I decided to give my other half a call.  Being very hungry and about to go grab a sandwich at the 5th Avenue Deli in Carmel, I thought my hubby might still be available for lunch.  As it turned out he was just heading home from a round of golf and was delighted to contemplate a lovely Friday afternoon meal at Schooner’s which I suggested would be a great way to end the week.  (Of course, as a realtor, my week never really ends and I will be working both Saturday and Sunday- which is the reason I need to constantly sprinkle in “vacation time” when I can get it!)

Susan Clark, enjoying the views of Monterey Bay
Susan Clark, enjoying the views of Monterey Bay

My point is – we had an amazing afternoon bathed in sunshine and  dining on seafood while scanning the bay for otters, kayaks, and cormorants.  Most people would have to drive for hours to get an enjoyable afternoon like this – we only had to drive about 12 blocks from our home.

Allan Freidson delighted in the sea air!
Allan Freidson delighted in the sea air!

For Allan our lunch was his “19th Hole” having just finished a round of golf.  For me it was a nice reward for completing work and errands.   I was able to spend the morning getting ads created, preparation for a listing presentation, calls to clients made, and getting prepared for my weekend open houses.  I even had time to run by Pac Rep to return my Centennial parade costume!

If you don’t live here and are reading this, consider living in this amazing place.  We certainly have never been sorry to have settled in God’s country on the Monterey Peninsula.

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