It’s been a busy week for Jennifer Caras. Lately, her days have been filled with appointments, meeting with eager house hunters. “It’s been so busy,” says the Beach Cities real estate agent.
David Studds’ meticulous reshaping of the home and yard has yielded a sunlit, user-friendly dwelling that lives much grander than its approximately 2,400 square feet offered by Sharon Umansky Benton of the Agency.
Two sleek townhomes—one located along Highland Avenue and right behind it, on Crest Avenue brought to market by Shawn Dugan and Dave Caskey of Strand Hill | Christies International designed by Architect Michael Lee, Thomas Shin the builder.
Bryn Stroyke brings to market one of the deepest lots on The Strand, enabling the faithful and meticulous construction of this coastal villa. The eye-catching residence is approximately 6,800 square feet in size but add another 1,000 square feet to that figure after factoring in the fresh-air lounge on the roof.
1818 Manhattan Avenue is an approximately 3,200 square foot, four-bedroom residence, which was completed in 2007, has been crafted in a traditional coastal style, complete with white walls that contrast pleasingly against warm, wood floors of Brazilian cherry featuring immaculate coastline views.
A custom luxury home—on a hyper-exclusive corner of Manhattan Beach’s much-beloved Strand—offers a rare union of privacy, space and location.
A rare corner lot Malaga Cove home offers fresh style and forever ocean views—along with a desirable distance to town and sea.
One lives stylishly in concert with the environment at this architectural Sand Section home.
A graceful and well-appointed hilltop for a one-of-a-kind panorama
Privacy and beachside elegance make for a comfortable home along the north Hermosa Strand.