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John McMonigle, for example, has repped a mansion in Pelican Crest seeking $20-plus million, with an indoor swimming pool and a glowing, multi-colored stripper pole. And until recently, his selections included a Coto de Caza estate with a private lake and a pirate ship.
Spyro Kemble, the agent on the One Ford Road house, also represents an oceanfront, Baroque-inspired, 8,800-square-foot home selling at just under $16 million. “The entry immediately transports visitors to coastal 16th century Europe,” the listing says.