Most Expensive Manhattan Beach Tree Section Listing

Manhattan Beach Tree Section Architectural
The Manhattan Beach Tree Section is located west of Sepulveda Vlvd, North of Manhattan Beach Blvd, South of Rosecrans and East of the Sand Section. It is primarily comprised of Single Family Residences.

Many of the homes are within walking distance of downtown or the beach. Needless to say these properties are highly desirable. Selling prices are higher than East Manhattan Beach but usually lower than a comparable sized home in the Hill Section.

There are a few properties that actually also have ocean views, in particular those the furthest west.

One such example is 610 12th Street.


This one of a kind, custom built ocean view architectural sits just above downtown Manhattan Beach and at its current price point of $5,950,000 is actually a great value all in all.

Built in 2009, this house is 4254 SqFt with 4 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms.

This home gracefully juxtaposes solid and transparent volumes under a dramatically cantilevered roof. The facade is composed of alternating cubes of cool, blue-tinted glass and warm, reddish-brown mangaris.

Although still relatively new, there have recently been updates throughout.

First floor, has is a home theater and entertainment area that gives way to a peaceful open-air terrace, guest bedroom w/ensuite bath and separate powder room.

Second level, there is the master suite and bath with and oversized bath/shower combo, a separate glass enclosed sitting area for peaceful reading and relaxing ocean views. There are two additional bedrooms w/ensuite baths.

The top level is an open and spacious floor plan with a warm wood office w/a private back patio w/BBQ and views of Palos Verdes and Catalina. Also a cozy living room, gourmet kitchen w/wenge cabinets, Viking appliances and bright caesar stone counters, dining area, second living room w/wet bar and spectacular views from the open air deck.

The house is complete with a top of the line AV/entertainment system, AC, radiant floors and 3-car garage.


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