Approximately 4,583 square feet, the roomy 5-bedroom and 5.5-bathroom home is a study in au courant California style, expressed in a bright, open floorplan that emphasizes spacious, flexible living spaces and fresh-air living.
Step across the sprawling front lawn, and once inside the home—approximately 6,571 square feet in size, with 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms—you’re in an elegant hideaway crafted by architect Tony Ashai.
Purported to have worked with Richard Neutra, Ray Osoling designed and crafted his dream house, with the help of his daughter Karla, constructing an oasis soaked in treetop views.
At approximately 11,000-plus square feet, the estate spans 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms and is positioned on a high-altitude lot that’s been as lavishly considered as its grand, sun-splashed interior.
It’s less than 20 miles south of LAX, but arriving at Terranea feels like crossing into a different world—one spread over 102 vivid acres of California coastline.
The stately Spanish-style home, constructed in the 1920s, telegraphs the elegance of that time period. 233 Marguerita Avenue is tucked into a serene pocket just to the south of the boulevard and west of 4th Street, on a wide quiet street that looks straight out across the water.
Originally completed in 1972, it’s also a home that’s been significantly overhauled, starting in 2005 until today, with careful attention paid to keeping its original design fingerprint intact.
At the intersection of the Strand and the 18th Street walk street—perhaps the most charming street of its kind in a town that’s known for them—colorful landscaping, colonnaded stone stairs leading to the beach, and an imposing three-story home complete the picturesque scene.
Award-winning architectural firm Marmol Radziner’s designs are predicated on embracing a site’s natural surroundings, facilitating strong connections between indoors and out, and a commitment to green building.
The sparkling four-mile stretch of the Strand that snakes along the coast of the Pacific Ocean through the Beach Cities is a natural setting to envision building one’s dream home. At least it was for the entrepreneur who purchased 732 The Strand and set about building a bespoke beach home for him and his family.