Jack’s Peak is the Northern most part of Carmel and the highest point on the Monterey Bay Peninsula, at an elevation of approximately 1,068 feet. The neighborhood is in between Highway 1 East to Aguarjito Road and from Monhollan Road South to Jack’s Peak Country Park. This neighborhood offers multiple acre estates and very spacious lots for homes. The largest land lot is a 20-acre estate that has break taking views of the whole Monterey Bay Peninsula. The architecture styles vary from Mediterranean villas to Spanish compounds to contemporary estates. The homes in this neighborhood will vary in size from 1,700 square feet up to 12,000 square feet.
The neighborhood amenities include Jack’s Peak County Park, which is located on the south side of the neighborhood. It is a 525-acre park that includes the larges number of remaining native Monterey Pines in the world. The park has almost 8.5 miles of horseback riding and hiking trails that wind through the forest to the breath-taking ridge that offers panoramic views of the whole Monterey Bay Peninsula.
Homes will vary in price from $800,000 up to $36 Million. The median list price in this area is $1,700,000 and the median sales price is $1,420,000. The average square footage is about 5,275 square feet and $800 price per square foot. The average age of homes in this neighborhood is going to be about 26 years old.