New Construction

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With a commanding presence on a Hermosa Beach hilltop, 717 24th Street is a striking and bold modern masterpiece. And yet inside, this newly built custom home is refreshingly warm and inviting, with thoughtful details designed for everyday living.

"Even though it's big, it still has a really warm feeling to it," says builder Chris Cubic, who says that he likes to think in practical terms for how real people live. "There's not a lot of unnecessary things that you'll never use."

The 5,167 sq. ft. home was built near the top of a hill at the end of a cul-de-sac, affording sweeping valley and ocean views and unmatched privacy. Floor-to-ceiling windows showcase the view in all of the living spaces, with enormous pocketed sliding doors inviting…

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There's a new lighthouse in Hermosa Beach and it could be yours. The asking price? A cool $4,990,000 and this unique ode could be your abode.

Nestled on a walkstreet corner just steps to the beach and ocean beyond, 801 Hermosa Avenue isn't just a residence. It's an eye-capturing visually striking home attentively designed by architect David Watson of Manhattan Beach. 

LighthouseVErtWatson got the call to design the custom spec home after the client saw his work on another Hermosa house, and dialed Watson's number from the sign posted on the work site.

The client's request? Craft "an East Coast style home with a nautical theme," Watson told South Bay Confidential. A "lighthouse type element" would be an "added bonus," in the client's eyes, Watson…

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Normally, home staging involves making the interior of a home look its best. But the new Manhattan Beach listing at 2412 John went in a new direction: They have staged the driveway to say something about the house itself.

A new Tesla. A '62 Porsche. Old and new. Yin and yang.

Those vehicles actually tell you a lot about the house, and the inspiration behind it.

It's a brand-new, from-the-ground up home, with a throwback, mid-century style, yet with 21st-century conveniences and upgrades.

The home has a "sustainable" and low-key sensibility, with solar electrical, radiant heating and a high-efficiency hot water system.

So the '62 Porsche suggests the home's lineage, while the Tesla speaks to the fact that the home's all-new, and leaning…

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