HBO's Big Little Lies may have finally come to an end, but the iconic homes and architecture featured in the hit television show lives on—even more so now that a piece of it is for sale. Recently, a cluster of five homes spread across four acres that was recently featured in the second season of BLL has hit the market for $52,375,000.
The compound in question is located in Monterey, California, and it was where Madeline and Ed MacKenzie (played by Reese Witherspoon and Adam Scott) went to a bohemian marriage counseling retreat to try and get over their infidelity issues from the first season.
“I’ve never seen anything like this,” listing agent Tim Allen with Coldwell Banker Global Luxury told . “Rarely does an opportunity come up for four properties in a row.”
Unlike Mackenzie's home in the show, which is actually located in Malibu, this compound can be found right in the area Big Little Lies takes place—Monterey County in California. The town of Carmel Highlands, in particular.
"The Highlands are really close to Carmel, but you feel like you’re away from it all," Allen says. "It’s privacy but you’re not in the boondocks. You can pop right into the town and you do have neighbors."
The cottages in the compound offer stunning views of the ocean, beautiful interiors, and plenty of outdoor fire pits for you to relax by. It's just four miles down the road from the quaint town of Carmel-By-The-Sea, and is located only 15 minutes away from the famous Pebble Beach Resort and golf club.
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