Hatton Fields is located just east of Carmel-by-the-Sea between Rio Road the Hatton Road then from Highway 1 west to Junipero Street. Hatton Fields features more of an estate home neighborhood. The homes are beautiful and spacious. Most homes have a guesthouse or artist’s studio separate from the main house. The land lots of this neighborhood are larger than most of the Carmel neighborhoods with average lot sizes of 15,000 square feet. The architecture styles vary from Spanish style Haciendas, stately traditional homes, and custom built homes with distinctive stonework. The homes in this neighborhood will vary in size from 1,600 square feet up to 3,600 square feet.
The neighborhood amenities include Flanders Mansion, which is a 15 room Tudor Revival mansion covered with ivy in conjunction with the Mission Trail Nature Preserve. Flanders Mansion and the Mission Trail Nature Preserve are the only two properties in Carmel to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Preserve features five different trails: Flanders, Doolittle, Willow, Mesa and Serra. These trails were once used by the California Padres to travel from the Carmel Mission to Monterey. Homes from this neighborhood also have views of the Santa Lucia Mountains and Point Lobos.
Homes will vary in price from $670,000 up to $3.3 Million. The median list price in this area is $1,235,000 and the median sales price is $1,198,000. The average square footage is about 2,280 square feet and $570 price per square foot. The average age of homes in this neighborhood is going to be about 52 years old.