316 45th St Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
$3,299,000 | 3 BD | 4 BA | 2,580 SQFT
Welcome to 316 45th St, a contemporary coastal retreat in Manhattan Beach offering 180-degree views from Malibu to Catalina Island. Upon entering this 3 Bed, 4 Bath home you are greeted with an open floor plan and sun-soaked living spaces perfect for both entertaining and relaxing. The main floor offers a gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, dry bar, dining area, and spacious living room with fireplace, which opens to a balcony with stunning ocean views. Descend the staircase to the large primary suite with its own private balcony, custom walk-in closet, and en-suite bathroom. There are two roomy guest bedrooms which can double as home offices. Additional features include a surround sound system, outdoor shower, double-wide driveway with room for three cars, and a two-car garage with extra storage space. The ultimate in California coasting living just moments away from world class beaches, shops, and restaurants.
Community Explore Manhattan Beach / Redondo Beach
The quintessential oceanside living experience, Manhattan Beach is the epitome of upscale beach living. Nicknamed the “Pearl of the South Bay,” Manhattan Beach is known for its beauty and desirability. Nothing short of splendid, real estate in areas such as The Strand, Gas Lamp Area, El Porto, West of Highland, Downtown, and South End are filled with multi-million dollar beach-adjacent properties, ranging anywhere from $6 million to $12 million and above.
During the 1920s and 1930s, Manhattan Beach was dominated by its sand dunes. It was so out of control, some of that sand was shipped to Waikiki, Hawaii to transform their reef and rock beach into a larger, sandy beach. Some of the sand was also used to build portions of the Pacific Coast Highway as well as the Los Angeles Coliseum.
Manhattan Beach has not only been resourceful, but a popular filming locations for many big pictures ranging from Jerry Maguire to Starsky and Hutch.
Next door, residents and prospective buyers will find Redondo Beach which still offers luxury but with both a suburban feel and reasonable prices.
- The Arthur J
- Pancho's Restaurant
- Love & Salt
- Manhattan Beach Post
- Fishing With Dynamite