Check out this beautifully upgraded ocean view townhouse. Located at 225 Rosecrans Place in the Sand Section of Manhattan Beach, this spacious home is the perfect beach house. Our walkthrough technology lets you experience every nook and cranny. For the best experience, view the video on your iPad, tablet or mobile device. If you know anyone who might be interested, please share this with them.
Perfectly situated just steps from the beach and right around the corner from all the shopping, dining, and fabulous community amenities that line Highland Avenue, the beautifully upgraded townhouse at 225 Rosecrans Place presents potential home buyers with a wonderful opportunity that doesn’t come along very often.
As part of the Sand Section of Manhattan Beach, this spacious beach home offers quintessential Manhattan Beach living with upscale designer-interiors to match. Built back in 1996, 225 Rosencrans Place features a roomy three-bedroom, three-bathroom layout thats feel chic and contemporary without sacrificing comfort. The impressive entry-way boasts stunning Italian porcelain tile, while the spa-quality bathrooms, huge master-suite with bamboo flooring, and wide open layout in the main living area are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to appeal and desirability all throughout the home.
The two-car garage provides ample storage space and there’s even a guest parking space included as well, which is ideal if you’re someone who’s always hosting house guests. Priced to sell, we don’t expect this one to last long. For a closer look at 225 Rosecrans Place, check out our state-of-the-art walkthrough...
Searching for homes in Manhattan Beach can be pretty stressful at times. When there's very little inventory to choose from and when it seems like 1/3 of the Manhattan Beach real estate deals are happening off-market, one really needs to step up their game. Here are 5 useful tips to help you get your ducks in a row so when you find the right one, you'll be ready to pull the trigger.
Tip #1 - Identify Your Needs
It may sound simple, but narrowing down what you need in a new home, as opposed to what you want, can save you a whole lot of time and energy during the house hunting process. Chances are you'll never find a home that checks off all the boxes on your wish list, so understanding what you NEED is a great first step in finding a place you can be happy with!
Tip #2 - Know The Manhattan Beach Market
As one of the top beach cities in Southern California, Manhattan Beach features a variety of housing styles and locations that all offer something different. So before beginning your house hunt, get to know all the different Manhattan Beach neighborhoods or narrow down your options by using our ...
With the New Year in full swing, we’re bringing you some of the most expensive and affordable sales during the first few weeks of the year. The market has been relatively quiet over the holidays so we're anxiously waiting for new inventory to pick up.
911 Duncan St.
After sitting on the market for eight months, this beauty was finally sold earlier this month. One of the most expensive sales in January, it was originally listed for $3,750,000 and sold for $250,000 under asking price. With 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 3,766 square feet of living space, the home sits on a 4,683 square foot lot. The home has a modern design with imported and exotic finishes. With all of its unique finishes, it’s no wonder this property took a while to be found by the perfect buyer. The three level elevator and large media room truly set this home apart from the rest. 911 Duncan is one of the most expensive sales since the New Year.
200 S. Poinsettia Ave.
Also sold for well under asking, 200 S. Poinsettia Ave recently closed after sitting on the market for over four months. With panoramic ocean views, this Hill Section home in Manhattan Beach has a breathtaking three-story spiral staircase that cascades down to the entryway. The home was listed for $3,995,000 but sold for $3,500,000 a whopping $495,000 under asking.
2113 Chestnut Ave.
With the Manhattan Beach real estate market on a perpetual upswing lately, we thought we’d bring you the Top 5 luxury homes that are currently on the market in Manhattan Beach.
Aside from the list below, there are also several exclusive, off-market properties that won’t be found anywhere online. If you’d like access to pocket listings in Manhattan Beach, please don’t hesitate to give us a call or shoot us a quick email.
Currently the most expensive home on the market in all of Manhattan Beach (pictured above), descriptions don’t do this oceanfront property any justice. Listed for $9,988,000, this single family home was custom built by architect Pat Killen.
The home has wall-to-wall glass windows, allowing for spectacular ocean views. The top level has panoramic views down to Palos Verdes and as far north as Malibu. What’s pretty unique about this home is that it’s built on an oversized lot and has an additional two-bedroom rental unit that’s built above the oversized 5-car garage.
Architectural Styles In Manhattan Beach
When working with our clients, we always get asked about the different architectural styles in Manhattan Beach. Like fashion, popular styles change and go through ebbs and flows throughout the years. With tastes and preferences ranging from one spectrum to the next, we think it’s time to break down some of the most popular and sought after architectural styles in Manhattan Beach.
The current top 3 sought after home styles we hear about from our clients are Cape Cod, Mediterranean & Contemporary homes. In recent years, builders have flocked to these top three styles as a surefire way to get massive buyer interest.
If you’ve looked at homes in Manhattan Beach lately, we’re sure you’ve taken a peak at one or two cape cod’s that are on the market. Historically, Cape Cod architecture originates from 17th Century, New England. The steep roof was a design element added to keep the snow from staying on the roof and the shutters were added as a protective measure against New England storms.
Although modern Cape Cod homes have not stayed completely true to the New England style, they still carry several elements that make them identifiable to homebuyers. The clapboard or shake shingle siding that’s added to the exterior of Cape Cod’s has become a quintessential element to the architectural design. Interiors are usually built and painted with white/light colors and stones. Cape Cod’s are distinct in the fact that all trim and doors are painted white, which helps highlight the usual Cape Cod seaside color pallet throughout the home.
Cape Cod Floor plans feature...