Beachfront Spanish Colonial Revival with Sweeping Views
As part of Santa Monica’s historically exclusive Gold Coast, where Hollywood’s elite first converged to claim a beachfront oasis to call their own, this John Byers-designed Spanish Colonial Revival elevates California living with sweeping, panoramic views spanning from Palos Verdes to Malibu. Original charm from 1929 blends with modern renovations that include a multi-purpose entertaining level with bar, movie screen, fireplace and wine cellar. French doors in the kitchen and dining area open outwards to embrace a sunlit courtyard, while beautiful terracotta tiles indoors and out help to distinguish the home’s architectural style. An elevated breezeway leads from the upper-level bedrooms to the master suite wherein lies a Juliet balcony overlooking the landscaped backyard and coast. A rarity so close to the sand, this generous parcel of land has played host to both quiet mornings with the paper and large, celebratory events throughout the years, a testament to the home’s indescribable allure.
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