This past week brought a large number of fresh home listings to Manhattan Beach. Now that the spring selling season is under way, we expect more listings and more buyers gobbling up that inventory.
We noticed that of the new to newer construction, there was a nice supply of contemporary style homes to hit the market from the Sand Section to the Trees, and even to East Manhattan Beach. So if you like contemporary, then you are in luck…take a look at these four beautiful contemporary listings:
216 9th Place
This brand new contemporary spec home was featured on the cover of Digs Magazine and “commands unobstructed Strand-like views, without the Strand-like price” to quote JocLene Davey in the 5-page spread. Centered in the heart of DTMB behind the 900 Club, this home is a one of a kind property where the interior and exterior are one, and includes a fully loaded smart home system to meet the needs of today’s tech savvy beach goers. In full disclosure, I am listing the property and have an ownership interest, so give me a call if you would like a private tour. Check out the property profile: 216ninthplace.com
232 6th Street
Another gorgeous spec build, this full lot walk street property boasts a phenomenal third level design, and a smart bottom floor with outdoor living space. With the finishes spearheaded by a West Hollywood interior design firm, this home pushes the boundaries of mid-century contemporary not normally seen in Manhattan Beach. All in all, if you want brand new construction with the most chic contemporary finishes and breathtaking Sand Section views, then you will have to be willing to pay around $2,000 per square foot!
610 12th Street
Located within shouting distance of the Metlox Center and in the American Martyr’s neighborhood, this is an amazing contemporary custom home. There is no detail missed in this architectural masterpiece, and it is truly a rare home in the Tree Section dominated by new construction beach plantation. A property like this is priced at a “discount” to the Sand Section at the high $1,500 per square foot range.
East Manhattan Beach
1408 15th Street
Last but not least, is this newly constructed detached town home in Manhattan Heights. It features raised ceilings, elevator, central vacuum, and a pre-wired entertainment system. A large private yard is at your disposal or quick walk to Polliwog Park are added perks if you want to stretch your legs. Being east of Sepulveda and a town home, this contemporary living can be had at under $900 per square foot.