Outstanding and Majestic Mediterranean Architecture Style Mansion in California!




Outstanding and Majestic Mediterranean Architecture Style Mansion in California!
Casa Bella – A Majestic Mediterranean Estate that is one of the most exquisite and expensive Single Family Residences built in the history of Rancho Mirage. Located on prestigious Clancy Lane in the exclusive guard-gated community of The Renaissance, this extraordinary Estate is a sensational work of art offering the highest quality construction and superlative custom finishes. Built in 2012 by world-class builder Al Durrett and designed by world-renowned architect Juan Carlos Ochoa, no detail was overlooked in the creation of this masterpiece. Living rm, dining rm, library, game rm, movie theater, wine cellar, and gourmet kitchen w/adjoining interior and exterior family rms. Luxurious master suite w/his and her baths with walk-in closets.2 family bdrm suites,2 bdrm en-suite guest hse, and 2 offices. The impressive grounds offer an unparalleled resort-like setting w/spacious loggias, outdoor kitchen, firepit, mosaic tile pool, amphitheater, and 9-hole putting green. Elevator and 5-car garage.
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12 Comments

  1. iana Smolder
    June 10, 2017
    Reply

    Thank you so much, beautiful video.

  2. william hall
    June 10, 2017
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    What a beautiful video, loved it!!!

  3. Conor Nolan
    June 11, 2017
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    do you guys actually get to go inside these houses

  4. Bk94541
    June 11, 2017
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    IS very beautiful…BUT just wayyyyy over done ..is that kinda house like in Donald Trump taste, like all that craving ,marble & Gold …..out the house is looks like park..But is beautiful..more looks & type like palace/Museum then a luxury mansion

  5. alexandria nguyen
    August 15, 2017
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    very nice ,please checkout our videos—La Jolla Beach &Rodeo Drive,Beverly Hills . Enjoy

  6. 0010rainee
    August 18, 2017
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    being rich looks fun!!

  7. Hulk Strongest Fastest
    August 23, 2017
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    Bad Music

  8. Sphagnum P. I.
    September 4, 2017
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    BIO OF ESTHER TOBEY née McCoy
    Birth: Nov. 18, 1904
    Horatio
    Sevier County
    Arkansas, USA
    Death: Dec. 30, 1989
    Santa Monica
    Los Angeles County
    California, USA

    Esther Tobey née McCoy aka Esther McCoy (1904-1989), an architectural historian and critic, died of emphysema at her home in Santa Monica, California. She was 85 years old.

    A specialist in West Coast architecture, McCoy was the author of many books (most notably 'Five California Archiects' 1960) and hundreds of articles in leading architectural publications.
    She was a committed leftist and demimondaine who wrote for Marguerite Tjader Harris' (1901-1986) 'Direction' (1937-1945) ('Direction' was coyly described as "anti-fascist"), Upton Sinclair Jr.'s (1878-1968) EPIC ['End Poverty in California'] News (1934), and the newspaper 'United Progressive News' (1935-1938).

    ''It was she, almost single-handedly, who awakened serious scholars to the extraordinary richness of California architecture,'' wrote Paul Goldberger (1950-), then architecture critic for The New York Times, when a new edition of McCoy's 1960 work, ''Five California Architects,'' appeared in 1975. Her book, he added, was largely responsible for rescuing five almost-forgotten architects: Bernard Ralph Maybeck (1862-1957), Irving John Gill (1870-1936), Rudolph Michael Schindler, born Rudolf Michael Schlesinger (1887-1953), Charles Sumner Greene (1868-1957) and Henry Mather Greene (1870–1954) from obscurity.

    Calling McCoy ''the pre-eminent writer of California architecture,'' César Pelli (1926-), a former dean of the Yale School of Architecture, told The Times in a 1984 interview, ''Our knowledge of Southern California architecture has been primarily formed by her research, her first-hand knowledge and her writing, which is so precise and passionate.''

    She was born in Horatio, Sevier County, Arkansas, grew up in Coffeyville, Kansas, and was an undergraduate at the University of Michigan. She began her career in New York writing architecture reviews for a number of publishers.

    She worked as a draftsman in the Hollywood office of Rudolph Michael Schindler (1887-1953) from 1944 to 1947 and began writing about the architects she had come to know. In 1985, she was given the American Institute of Architects' national honor award for excellence.

    Husband: Berkeley Greene Tobey aka Berkeley G. Tobey aka Berkeley Tobey (1881-1962) married 1941. They lived for a while in Ensenada, B.C.N., Mexico;
    Sister: Ruth Hahn née McCoy of Denver, Colorado;
    Nephew: John McCoy of Shanghai PRC.

    Family links:
    Parents:
    James Lyons McCoy (1862 – 1948)
    Katherine May Bretz McCoy (1870 – 1968)

    Siblings:
    Clarence Lee McCoy (1892 – 1984)*
    James Laurence McCoy (1893 – 1979)*
    Katie Ray McCoy (1897 – 1902)*
    William J. McCoy (1899 – 1975)*
    Elizabeth A McCoy (1901 – 1901)*
    Esther McCoy Tobey (1904 – 1989)
    Francis M. McCoy (1906 – 1939)*
    Ralph McCoy (1912 – 1914)*

    Burial:
    Riverside National Cemetery
    Riverside
    Riverside County
    California, USA

  9. Mame Anta
    October 5, 2017
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    Such a beautiful video totally ruined by the soundtrack, I actually had to mute it to be able to watch to the end

  10. Araceli Rosales
    October 10, 2017
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    Me no likey da miuzique…sounds laik shopin…i mush preffer meybe le quitarre no lyrics…

  11. Marie. Reese
    October 19, 2017
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    So beautiful..☺ LOVe it

  12. Billie Henderson
    October 26, 2017
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