Time was, mansions didn’t come with drones.
Time is, mansions do.
Also: panoramic harbor views, open-air kitchen and some Tony Stark-grade talk-to-the-house tech under the hood.
The Mansion's Alexandrite Suite is a study in abundance.
Five thousand square feet of living space, private chef, two levels of private patio, nine-panel media wall.
Plus the the champagne-by-drone thing, which is something you can request from the concierge.
Background: the Mansion was built in the late 19th century as the private manse of an energy barron. It was a B&B for a while, then overtaken by “beatniks” (their words).
Now taking reservations, the Mansion is available whole-house for a weekend (sleeps 24) or suite-only for personal retreats.
There are also more modestly priced cottages on the surrounding grounds.
Drones probably don’t deliver there.