Manhattan Beach New Construction: 112 18th St

112 18th St, Manhattan Beach 90266 MLS SB17128509

Walk Street or Strand?

So, for a cool $16,500,000 would you buy on the Strand or the 100 block of a walkstreet? There's worse choices to have to make.

The highest priced new construction in Manhattan Beach CA and actually the third highest priced property in Manhattan Beach, well at least as of this writing, is 112 18th St.

"There will be nothing like it to come on the market again. Located in the coveted 100 block only steps to the sand sits an architectural Masterpiece unrivaled by anything else in Los Angeles. As you approach this towering sentinel of 18th St. you can't help but realize this property sets itself apart from the rest. An homage to the owner’s Hampton’s upbringing this Montauk inspired design is a true testament to what a beach home should be, functional, elegant and inviting. A rare walk street location towering above the Strand, you have un-obstructable views to the north, west, and south for a full 180 degree panorama unique to this location. 

With 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 3 are en suite’s and a Master Suite and private deck facing Catalina, it becomes quickly apparent you're standing in a timeless classic. The pièce de résistance, Open up the entire third floor to the Pacific Ocean via your North and West facing 8 sided Nana doors. Complete With a 80 bottle wine fridge, Viking appliances, butcher block counter-tops and more than enough space for guests, dine sophisticate or be casual, your kitchen dining experience can't be described by anything less than magnificent. An unfathomable bonus, Two Oversized Garages with bays for Five Full Sized Cars! 

There’s one more thing…Allow your friends and family to enjoy their own private Pied-à-terre on the south side of the home. With a private entry this 2 bed/2 bath condo has multiple uses for Family, Friends, or Staff Quarters."

If you are curious as to what what $16.5M buys, here's a taste. Call Ellis Posner for a private showing. 310 975 5139





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