A 1958 mid-century home, Stone bought the property back in 2018 for USD 3.25 million. With 1,800 sq ft of space, the home is situated in one of the most spectacular locations, with the ocean on one side and the mountains on the other. Additionally, it is surrounded by green landscapes making it the perfect holiday home for anyone looking for a quiet escape.
The mid-century home was recently renovated, in time for its listing, giving it a newly designed kitchen, a fresh coat of paint, and a few new additions and appliances. Despite its all-white aesthetic, the home is far from bland and boring. Each corner of the house sports a classic character with chic décor and plenty of natural light.
Space and light
The 1,800 sq ft home is divided into three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a recreational room, art studio, indoor and outdoor dining area, and of course the living room and kitchen.
The main entrance of the house leads to an open living room area. One side of the walls is designed with floor to ceiling windows, allowing in enough natural light. The windows open up to the outdoor dining area. Shades of brown in the form of a khaki carpet, tan leather chairs and wooden tables complement the mostly white room. A modern fireplace, art and indoor plants add to the décor. The kitchen is a part of the living room, not disconnected in any manner. This section was part of the recent renovation, with new countertops as well as a set of modern kitchen appliances.
Like most areas of the house, the bedrooms too have floor to ceiling windows, each overlooking a different greenspace of the outdoors. While the master bedroom is adorned with printed wallpaper and a quirky carpet, the guest bedrooms have a more minimal design peach coloured walls, plain carpets and quilted bedding.
The bathrooms have an elegant design with tiled walls and gold elements making an appearance.
The most exciting part about the house has to be the outdoors. The outdoor dining area and brick patio are perfect spots for outdoor gatherings, especially in the evenings.
Listing agent Eric Lavey spoke about the house to The Wall Street Journal, “It’s a classic 1958 California midcentury hanging over the Pacific. It’s the Malibu beach house they would choose for a Nancy Meyers movie.”
The best part about the one-story ranch is the ocean view from almost every corner of the house. The house is situated at the end of a private cul-de-sac, with local hike trails, beaches and surf providing ample of things to do nearby.