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Take a look inside an $18 million beach house in the same exclusive neighborhood as Warren Buffett

Inside Emerald Bay, a gated community in Laguna Beach, California, billionaires and CEOs come to kick back and take a break.

"This is where CEOs wear their board shorts to come and relax and not be bothered," Gina Blancarte of The Agency, tells CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich."

In fact, legendary investor Warren Buffett even has a beach house in the area, which was recently listed for $11 million.

Another nearby estate is available as well, for a cool $17.9 million, as featured on "Secret Lives of the Super Rich."

As you as you step through the front doors, of this mansion, "you'll think that you're somewhere like Greece, on an island like Mykonos vacationing," Blancarte says.

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The open layout allows the sea breeze to waft throughout the entire 7,100-square-foot home. Crisp white walls add an extra layer of breeziness to the ambiance as well.

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"The architect was very specific in how he placed the windows in the home," Blancarte says. "Pretty much any window you see, it looks like a framed picture." Through those frames, you'll catch glimpses of the blue water lapping at the beach below.

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Even the home theater offers ocean views. You can see them through an aquarium embedded into one of the walls. "When you're ready to watch your movie, simply press a button, the privacy shade lowers, and you're ready to go," Blancarte says.

The master suite covers an entire floor of the property and has its own balcony.

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The space is also perfect for little ones, with a moving train that circles the perimeter of one of the bedrooms. "It literally looks like it's going through a cartoon book," Blancarte says.

Outside, one of the home's exterior walls slides away to reveal a miniature garage fit for a golf cart.

Watch new episodes of CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" Wednesdays at 10P/ET.

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