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3808 The Strand Best of the North Manhattan Beach Sand Section

3808 The Strand is a contemporary beachfront home in the North Sand Section of Manhattan Beach and the only new-construction Manhattan Beach Strand home currently for sale. Live your beach dream!

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3808 The Strand is the Only New-Construction, Single-Family Residence for Sale Along the Manhattan Beach Strand Fully Embracing the California Lifestyle

This contemporary beachfront home in the North Sand Section of Manhattan Beach is the ideal coastal getaway. Not only is it located along the world-famous Strand, but it also opens completely up to the elements via two levels of expansive retractable doors—not to mention a fabulous rooftop entertaining deck off of the master retreat—to allow for seamless integration with the sandy beach and ocean beyond.

“This incomparable ocean-front estate will be absolutely perfect for the discerned buyer looking for the best in coastal luxury living in one of the most desirable and coveted neighborhoods of the country,” says Cindy Carvel, who is representing the sale of the four-bedroom, seven-bath property with Tracy Tutor, Misty Frasier and Gina Dickerson, all of Douglas Elliman.

“The builder not only thought about the views but privacy as well,” adds Misty Frasier. “The architect created a master bedroom retreat by offsetting the top floor. This allows for privacy while still enjoying the tranquil ocean views.”

Built by Carl Corzan and designed by Nagy R. Bakhoum of Obelisk Architects in 2019, the estate offers 4,772 square feet of open, Claudia Rose Corzan-designed living space laden with upscale touches and amenities like Brazilian stone slab finishes, designer lighting, and beautiful Siberian oak flooring throughout.

Among the highlights are a professional chef’s kitchen with a spacious waterfall island and high-end Wolf/Sub-Zero appliances, as well as a beach-front study/game room with a fully equipped bar, 500-square-foot media room, three-stop elevator, and even an outdoor shower.

Then there’s the aforementioned rooftop deck that lends itself to entertaining with a built-in barbecue, refrigerator, fire-pit, and al fresco dining areas. Adding to the home’s appeal: a three-car garage, plus high-tech features including cameras, and Ring Alarm Security, and Smart Home Control4 systems.

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Tracy Tutor | 310.595.3889 | DRE 01326769
Cindy Carvel | 310.363.5323 | DRE 01906602
Misty Frasier | 310.892.0233 | DRE 01312494
Gina Dickerson | 310.744.5584 | DRE 01927834
Douglas Elliman

List Price $13.5 million

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