Mark Cuban, who just sold a majority stake in his two cable networks, owns a $19 million Laguna Beach vacation home with walls that open up to views of the Pacific Ocean. Here's a look inside.

Andrew BramascoThe house includes a private pool and Pacific Ocean views.
  • Mark Cuban just sold a majority stake in his two cable networks – AXS TV and HDNet Movies – to Steve Harvey and Anthem Sports for an undisclosed sum, according to Deadline.
  • The “Shark Tank” star enjoys an ultra-luxurious lifestyle and most recently bought a $US19 million beachfront mansion in California to use as a vacation home.
  • The Laguna Beach villa is part of an exclusive community that gives residents access to hotel amenities that include a concierge, room service, housekeeping, and a spa.
  • The modern, six-bedroom home includes walls that disappear to open up to the outdoor space and a private pool.
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Mark Cuban has an estimated net worth of $US4.1 billion, according to Forbes– and he certainly knows how to enjoy a luxurious lifestyle.

Deadline reports that the billionaire investor just sold a majority stake in his two long-standing cable networks, AXS TV and HDNet Movies, to Steve Harvey and Anthem Sports for an undisclosed sum. This deal is just the latest in a string of business manoeuvres that have made Cuban one of the wealthiest people in America.

Read more: Mark Cuban just sold a majority stake in two cable networks to Steve Harvey and Anthem Sports – here’s how the ‘Shark Tank’ investor made and spends his $US4.1 billion fortune

Most recently, the “Shark Tank” star purchased a $US19 million beachfront California mansion.

Cuban bought the villa as a vacation home in December 2018, according to Villa Real Estate. John Stanaland, who sold the house to Cuban, said it was the highest sale in Laguna Beach’s exclusive Montage Residences community in 2018..

Take a look inside the ultramodern and luxurious 3 Montage Way, Cuban’s vacation spot.


In December 2018, Mark Cuban bought a California vacation home in Laguna Beach for $US19 million.

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Source: Villa Real Estate


It’s part of an exclusive oceanfront community called Montage Residences, where residents can access hotel amenities that include the concierge, room service, housekeeping, and a spa.

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Source: Villa Real Estate


The home has 7,867 square feet of living space and is decorated in an airy and bright California style.

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There are six cheerfully decorated bedrooms.

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Some have beach-themed decor …

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… while others look ready to host children.

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The home seems well-equipped to host guests.

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One entire wall of this bedroom opens up for access to the outdoor space.

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There are seven three-quarter bathrooms …

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… which have a spa-like feel.

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A private home office also opens up to the outdoors.

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The home puts a focus on indoor-outdoor living.

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Mahogany and glass doors disappear into the walls, opening up the indoor areas to views of the ocean.

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“High ceilings complete the airy ambience perfect for enjoying the golden hues of each Pacific sunset,” the listing reads.

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Outside, there’s a private pool …

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… along with outdoor furniture for al fresco lounging and entertaining …

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… and an outdoor kitchen complete with a grill and sink.

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The luxe interior is just as inviting as the outdoor space.

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Electronic systems to control the lighting, environment, and audiovisual devices are integrated into the home.

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Downstairs is another spacious living area, with three TV screens and a wraparound sofa.

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But the most impressive part of the lower level might just be the wine cellar, which appears to have room for hundreds of bottles.

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“This contemporary home seamlessly interfaces interior and exterior spaces for a luxurious seaside living experience,” Villa Real Estate said of the house.

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Cuban’s new vacation home, which was built in 2010, was originally listed for just under $US26 million.

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Source: CNBC

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