Set in the coveted North of Montana neighborhood, this 1924 Spanish revival compound has been meticulously updated with no expense spared. Through a gated and private entry, guests are welcomed into the living room with a fireplace, leading to the rest of the open concept lower level. The chef’s kitchen features a custom 11-foot Calacatta Caldia island with a professional double Wolf range, 48-inch Sub-Zero fridge, and many curated touches such as 100-year-old salvaged barnwood cabinetry—also found throughout the home. The lower level is completed by a cozy family/media room with dry bar, a guest suite with private terrace, and a stairwell down to the semi-finished basement—ideal for a wine cellar. Up the architectural stairway framed by soaring ceilings are two guest suites with a private patio, laundry room, and the sumptuous primary suite with 20-foot ceilings, large walk-in closets, and spa-like bath with shower and spa tub, as well as a covered patio overlooking the private grassy backyard. The primary suite currently utilizes one of the guest rooms as an office/nursery/sitting area and is easily converted back to the 3rd upstairs bedroom. Off the kitchen outside is a large patio/alfresco dining area with BBQ, perfect for entertaining. Across the backyard at the rear of the property is a structure unlike any other in Santa Monica–downstairs, a 4-car garage accessed via original restored barn doors to the alleyway–and upstairs, an incredible guest house with a home office, twin soapstone fireplaces and full wet bar, original restored wide plank flooring, vaulted ceilings, living room, bedroom, bathroom, and covered patio. The property is completed by amenities such as whole-house Lutron and surveillance systems, seven fireplaces, off-street parking for up to 8 cars, and top custom fixtures and finishes. Only a few doors up from the Montana Avenue’s boutiques, bars, coffee shops and restaurants, this unprecedented offering is not to be missed.
Dan Urbach | 310.367.9865 | Dan@DanUrbach.com
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