FROM THE PUBLISHERS OF “Our Town-Our Paper” LAGUNA BEACH & NEWPORT BEACH COMMUNITIES CoastalRealEstateGuide.com FEBRUARY 3, 2017 | VOL. 7 , ISSUE 5 Built-Ins Include Many Conveniences FEATURED PROPERTY: NEWPORT BEACH Sited near the beach, this residence captures harbor, ocean and city views. Entertaining areas commence in the front yard, replete with outdoor ﬁ replace and covered loggia. The main-ﬂ oor family room showcases French doors to the front yard, a ﬁ replace, and entryway. The main living room features a deck with views, ﬁ replace and conjoining dining room. The kitchen’s conveniences include a six-burner range with double oven, an island, an additional oven, butler prepping and serving station, abundant cabinetry, wine storage and breakfast nook. The owner’s quarters are highlighted by views of the harbor and coastline, a retreat with a ﬁ replace and French doors that lead to a view deck. The master bathroom features dual vanities, a makeup station, three walk-in closets, and separate shower and spa-like tub. In total, the home has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. Offering price: $3,899,000 Address: 312 Carnation, Corona del Mar Agent info: Casey Lesher, HOM Sotheby’s International Realty C 949.702.7211, 949.478.7799, firstname.lastname@example.org, caseylesher.com ONE ON ONE WITH DENISE WESTGAARD-PIKE Realtor’s Ties Run Deep By Gina Dostler Denise Westgaard-Pike, a Laguna native, earned the praise of her peers recently and was named realtor of the year for 2016. She was also elected to serve a fourth term on the board of Laguna Board of Real-tors, which besides representing the interests of brokers and agents ac-tively fundraises for charity. Like her father, one of the town’s best known lifeguard chiefs, Westgaard-Pike ﬁ nds life an adventure and aims to help people by helping them ﬁ nd a home or make the community a better place. Q: What was it like growing up in Laguna Beach? A: I moved here as a young kid in 1964. If you think Laguna is cool now, you should have seen it in the ‘60s and ‘70s. It was a very small town back then; everyone new each other. There was the typical inﬂ ux of people in the summer, which was fun. It was super safe and we walked everywhere. It just had that really nice feeling in town, quaint. It’s still a cute and charming town, but new money has come in and houses have changed signiﬁ cantly since my days growing up here. People wanted to come here because of its quaint charm and comfort, but ended up Continued on page 2 Denise Westgaard-Pike Newport Beach, CA $3,099,000 Represented by: Tim Smith (949) 717-4711 John Yasko (949) 207-8063 ColdwellBankerHomes.com COLDWELL BANKER RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE ©2017 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. All Rights Reserved. Owned By a Subsidiary of NRT LLC.