Desirable And Prestigious Homes

Desirable & Prestigious Homes

A Desirable And Prestigious Tigertail Road Home And A New To The Market Home In The Most South After Sections Of North Redondo Beach.



Home With A View

Perched above the desirable and prestigious Tigertail Road, a Robert J. Clark-designed residence is marked by exceptional curb appeal, coupled with breathtaking views of The Getty and Downtown L.A. via massive floor-to-ceiling walls of glass. “It is rare to find a view property on Tigertail that not only has such amazing frontage, but impeccable style and attention to detail as well,” says listing agent Cindy Ambuehl. Think 4,000-plus square feet of grand living space on three levels highlighted by an enormous master suite outfitted with a beamed ceiling, walk-in-closet, and spa-like bath with a soaking tub and dual vanities.

The second and third bedrooms, as well as an office, are found on the lower level, while the upper level holds a fourth bedroom suite, two living rooms, a dining room and gourmet kitchen. The large yard with a detached, one-bedroom guest house, pool, built-in barbecue and fire pit is a standout.

1015  N. Tigertail Road
Brentwood  |  5 Bedrooms  |  4,270 Sq. Ft.

Presented By

Cindy Ambuehl And
Zander Diamont
Of  Cindy Ambuehl Group

List Price $6.395 Million

Immense Satisfaction

New to the market in one of the most desirable sections of North Redondo Beach, this spacious and private rear townhome comes replete with almost 3,000 square feet of living space on two levels boasting four bedrooms and a crowd-pleasing bonus room. “It’s very hard to find a townhouse with the size that 2005 Dufour offers, especially on a sought-after, quiet street like the 2000 block of Dufour,” says listing agent Giovanni Altamura. “The upstairs bonus room is perfect for a children’s play area, an open office if someone works from home, or an open computer room for older children.”

Also of note: a sizable master suite featuring vaulted ceilings, a private balcony, fireplace, large walk-in closet, and bath outfitted with a spa tub and dual vanities with granite countertops, as well as an open kitchen and family room area that flows out to a rear patio with a fountain and built-in barbecue

2005  Dufour Ave. Unit B
North Redondo Beach  |  4 Bedrooms  |  2,901 Sq. Ft

Presented By

Giovanni Altamura
Of Altamura Real Estate Group

List Price $1.349 Million

Photographs: Courtesy Of Anthony Barcelo (Top) And Brian Holm Of Avenue Eye (Bottom)


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