Want to own this Pebble Beach dream home? You only need $31 million

Mansion located at Pebble Beach Golf Links

Lucky Strike will provide future owners with front-row seats to the 2027 U.S. Open at Pebble.

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For almost any golfer, a home alongside historic Pebble Beach Golf Links would be a dream come true. But is it worth $31 million?

That’s what the wealthiest golfers in the country are asking themselves this morning, as an incredible home on the California course has hit the market.

A view of Pebble Beach Golf Links.
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The property in question is known as Lucky Strike, and, according to the Wall Street Journal, it got that name for a reason. The current owners are Texans C. Cary Patterson and his wife, Lois. Patterson is a lawyer who successfully argued on the state of Texas’ behalf during litigation against Tobacco companies in the 1990s.

The 7,700 square foot mansion located steps away from Carmel Bay features four bedrooms, a movie theater, a guest cottage and a garage with an office. More importantly, it’s situated right alongside the 11th and 12th holes at Pebble, so any future owners can watch the 2027, ’32, ’37 and ’44 U.S. Opens from the comfort of their backyard.

You can check out some photos of the property shared by Darren Rovell on Twitter below.

Homes at Pebble Beach are few and far between, and they rarely go on the market. Given the lack of supply and the high demand from golf dreamers everywhere, the prices of these luxe mansions can be startling. Last year, another home at Pebble sold for more than $32 million. Given that, the $31 million price tag on Lucky Strike is something of a deal.

Interested? Just contact Shelly Mitchell Lynch and Lynn Knoop of Carmel Realty Company to get your bid in.

Kevin Cunningham

Kevin Cunningham

Golf.com Editor

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