PROPERTY REVIEW On the corner of Ardmore and Blanche Road in Manhattan Beach we fell in love. Not the kind of love that slowly builds after years of hard work and trust, but the kind of love that happens instantaneously.
If classic black and white tickles your fancy, then let 132 33rd Street tickle you into buying it. This brand new industrial farmhouse is located in North Hermosa Beach and had us swooning from the curb...
From the location, to the architecture, to the views, we fell in love with this minimalistic take on a beach home. Entering through the front gate you are greeted by a serene spa and are automatically given a hint as to how cool this house is going to be.
Today we explored a home in Manhattan Beach that felt more like a downtown style loft than your typical Manhattan Beach family home. Situated at 404 20th Street, a walk street in MB, is an architectural dime. Designed by famed architect Pat Killen, and completed in 2001, this home features exposed wooden ceilings, concrete brick walls, and roll up garage doors throughout the home.
High atop the tree section of Manhattan Beach sits 3521 Walnut Ave. Recently renovated, it is night and day from how it looked previously. Check out the before and after pictures above and you will see that the home was all dark and brown before. This now white, charming beach-themed home is more inviting than ever.
If you haven’t already noticed, plantation-style homes seem to be taking over our area at the moment. On almost every street, in Manhattan and Hermosa Beach, it feels as if there is at least one new construction site popping up every week with this trendy style.