Per the Los Angeles Times, Susan Smith’s 704 Palisades Beach Road is the highest price paid for a single-family home in the small beachfront neighborhood in seven years. Sold nearly $2 million over asking at $9.975 million, the contemporary Spanish colonial home is truly one of a kind.
Completely remodeled in 2010, this perfect beach house getaway was designed by Marc Appleton.
High ceilings in the living room combined with the arched doors that lead out to the pool and spa area bring the outdoor atmosphere into the interior space.
Not to mention, the paneled den with built ins opens to a separate inner courtyard with fountain, promoting the ultimate zen lifestyle.
Between the open kitchen’s Caesar stone counters and top-of-line stainless appliances, entertaining in this oceanfront oasis is sure to be the talk of the town for months to come.
The luxurious master retreat with reclaimed barn beams has three sets of tall French doors open onto a private balcony as wide as the house. The spa-like master bath completes this perfect master suite.
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