World Famous Sunset Beach Water Tower. Located along Pacific Coast Highway, the Water Tower home has been described as a jaw-dropping example of stunning architecture, mysterious intrigue and the world’s ultimate beach house. A four level home with broad, sweeping windows opening outward and a wraparound deck provide unobstructed 360-degree views, from a vast stretch of the Pacific Ocean to the mountains beyond. Built in the 1800's to service steam engine railroad cars, what was once a functioning water tower is now not only a home, but southern California landmark and attraction. Meticulously remodeled in 2016, from hidden rooms to exquisite stained glass lighting The Ground Floor has a two Garages with a storage room and above ground space. Once entering the home , a skylights will guide you past a water fountain to a bedroom with loft, a dedicated washroom and the Barrels and Burlap bathroom which pays tribute to the homes origin. The first stop on the elevator goes is the second floor deck with a jacuzzi and seating area perfect for watching the sunrise with coffee or at sunset with a glass of wine. The third floor has a kitchen, the Hippolite de Bouchard (California's first and only pirate) bedroom and bathroom with a large porthole window. It also has an amazing walk-around deck. Up the stairs you will find His and Hers Master Bedroom each with a panoramic windows displaying the vast Pacific Ocean . Enjoy the sunken showers with stained glass windows and unique views in the two bathrooms. Follow the custom spiral staircase made of imported oak and you will reach the indescribable rotunda which is completely encircled with large glass windows which open out to welcome the fine ocean breeze. The fine wood floor is emblazed with a compass to guide you around the 360 degree view as you lookout on all of southern California. Don't forget to look up to see the one of a kind stained glass copula.