Originally priced at $60 million, the Retreat at Cambria with an extravagant mansion on 80 California coastal acres, ocean views, two entertainment pavilions, 6,200 Pinot Noir vines and eye-popping amenities is going to auction - selling to the highest bidder with no reserve.

Central Coast’s wine growing region of San Luis Obispo ranks as one of the state’s premiere wine-growing regions dating back to the 18th century and the time of the Spanish padres. Overlooking the Pacific, mild days and cool evenings help Pinot Noir reach its maximum taste along with a complex soil profile that adds character and complexity.

Cambria was listed by Forbes as one of the country’s prettiest towns, near the famous Hearst Castle, and the southernmost gateway to the Pacific Coast Highway. Dining, antiquing, wine-tasting adventures and collecting shiny gem-like pebbles on Moonstone Beach are some of the town’s attractions.

Browse the local shops, watch the whales off the Cambria coastline, ride the trails in the hope of spying the herd of wild zebras, or kick back at this bespoke vineyard estate in California’s popular Central Coast. Halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, a 30-minute flight to either city. Originally priced at $60 million, Retreat at Cambria will go to auction April 22nd through 25th with no reserve to the highest bidder.

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