Completed in 2019, the four-bedroom residence spans approximately 3,500 square feet and was purchased by owners who installed a flurry of pricy new upgrades, from a glassed-in wine display for over 500 bottles to a new tech package automating everything from lights, shades, and security cameras.
Completed in 2016, the three-story residence 339 27th Street offered by Dave Fratello reads as brand new, with a smart-looking white exterior that pops against vivid blue accents and glossy planks of wood, the latter found on the underside of the deck on the uppermost level.
A few blocks south of Manhattan Beach Boulevard, at the corner of Highview Avenue and 9th Street, 825 Highview Avenue is a four-bedroom and four-and-a-half-bath residence fits this coveted real estate bill.
Now PACIFICA Properties Group—a coming together of five Beach Cities super-agents who’ve just opened the doors to their new brokerage—has taken the ball and run with it, focusing on the group and its goals.
The home is located along a choice stretch of Manhattan Beach Strand—between 23rd and 24th Streets. Eye-catching at its exterior, the clean lines of the house have been softened by the generous use of natural materials, such as pale limestone and warm-hued slats of African Mahogany.
This no-expense-spared venture was completed in the late 1920s, consisting of a two-story residence, approximately 7,000 square feet in size, and situated on half of an acre.
In the last six years, the two agents have traveled many roads together and recently passed yet another marker with a big brokerage move from RE/MAX Estate Properties to Corcoran Global Living.
Set among one of Southern California’s most ideal coastal settings, this house provided an excellent canvas for Tim Clarke to execute on the second thing that drove him on this project—which happens to be the thing that drives him on all his projects.
It was a meeting of minds and hands that produced this eye-catching, just-completed residence along the Strand, between 5th and 6th Streets, in Manhattan Beach.
In 2005 real estate agent Jane Angel sold a Tuscan-styled ranch house to an artist, who over many years went about making the property much more than a home.