One of the original iconic homes built in 1930 by Samuel F.B. Morse, the creator of Pebble Beach, this Spanish Colonial-style estate is a rare jewel. From the grand piano to the silver candelabra, antique furnishings complement the Spanish architecture, while hammered wrought iron accents, arched windows and natural beamed ceilings add to the period ambiance. Downstairs, two sofas flank a large fireplace, and multiple French doors open to a walled patio framed with bougainvillea and roses. The lush backyard, with a private patio and a bubbling fountain, borders the MPCC Dunes course, separated by a fence and plantings. On one side of the living room there's a powder room, a formal dining room that seats 8, a wet bar with wine cooler, and a casual dining area with banquette seating and garden views. The kitchen features a professional gas range with four burners and grill, Bosch dishwasher, and SubZero side-by-side refrigerator. The adjacent laundry room includes an LG steam washer and dryer. The wing opposite the main living room has a game room with a pool table, two large bedrooms, and two full baths. Upstairs, there's a library/den with a fireplace and large flat screen TV, an office, two more spacious bedrooms, and two more full baths. A smaller fifth bedroom and full bath is 'tucked away' - accessed via a separate entrance off the upper level deck or by private stairway to the kitchen/laundry area.