Nestled ideally between Corona del Mar Village and Buck Gully lies Hazel Drive, a coveted street that truly delivers the best of both worlds. Although just steps away from some of Orange Countyâs best restaurants and boutiques, 316 Hazel transports its guests to a tranquil microcosm of the natural world after passing through the homeâs unique corrugated metal entry tower designed by architect Mark Teale. Fleetwood sliding doors and oversized picture windows in the airy living space frame views of lush coastal canyon greenery as well as ocean and Pelican Hill Golf Course views. Natural light floods the residence, highlighting design features such as French oak floors, textured porcelain tile wrapped fireplace, a 462 bottle glass-enclosed wine cellar, and a complete Thermador appliance package. Showcasing the builderâs background in structural engineering, a glass walkway leads to an exterior staircase to the rooftop deck that houses a covered living space protected from the sun. This three bedroom, three-and-a-half- bathroom home offers its own master suite level as well as a terrace level, which is home to an office space and the two secondary bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Additional industrial touches including exposed concrete accent walls, polished concrete flooring, and soaring 14 foot ceilings complete this well-built abode. Unwind to the peaceful sounds of gully wildlife and ocean waves right outside your window, and welcome yourself home to 316 Hazel Drive.