The three-story home is situated on one of the only four 60-foot by 45-foot lot, according to the listing. With ocean views, the home features five bedrooms, 4.5 baths, an office, a 2000 bottle wine cellar and 400-glass wine bar in the basement, and approximately 5,000 square feet of living space.
On the top floor of the home there is a wide-open floor plan, a chef’s kitchen with space for informal dining, a large walk-in pantry, a family room with built-ins, a large dining room, and plenty of entertainment space. Three-paneled custom sliders open up to outdoor living space.
The home, which was built in 2003, also includes an elevator, European beech wood flooring, a security system, an audio system, a 400-glass wine bar made of mahogany and maple with walnut inlays, extensive low-voltage lighting, two car off-street parking, a three-car garage, Ann Saks tile, bronze exterior rails, copper rain gutters and more.
The New York Times reports that D’Antoni and his wife, Laurel, have also recently listed their 7,142-square-foot, seven-bedroom home in New York for $6.95 million.