Frank Pitman’s work featured in Orange County Register

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From the Orange County Register:

A 2,520-square-foot condominium listed at just under $6 million in Corona del Mar originally was two separate units in the Channel Reef complex, built in 1963.

The two condos now have been merged and reconfigured into a single waterfront spread by architect Brion Jeannette and interior designer Frank Pitman.

Modern finishes, custom glass and a wide balcony create the feeling of being on a luxury liner, Sandra DeAngelis and Peggy Desantis of Seven Gables Real Estate say.

The two-bedroom, two bath condo contains a few surprises in addition to sweeping Newport bay and Pacific Ocean views at every turn, afforded by floor-to-ceiling glass walls.

The master suite, part of the condo’s open floor plan, has a platform bed, but no door.

A window in the spacious steam shower also takes in open stretches of the bay and beyond, but privacy glass makes sure the occupants don’t add to the view.

A standalone bathtub filled with water from the ceiling is perched atop floating steps. Interior features include an eco-friendly fireplace, fossil stone countertops, limestone heated floors, and a motorized entertainment unit as well as lights and shades controlled by a tablet.

 

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