Old World Meets Industrial

220 8th St., Manhattan Beach

One of the most stunning residences to come to market in years, this exquisite walk street home features 4 bedrooms and 3½ baths in 4,195 square feet of beautifully executed seaside living. Three levels of incomparable design by the renowned Tim Clarke meld old-world style with custom industrial elements, including walls and ceilings finished with American Clay, lending a soft glow and depth of texture throughout. The jaw-dropping top level incorporates a balcony with views to Point Dume, formal living room with French antique limestone fireplace, and a central dining room with reclaimed wood beams and ocean vistas. Central to Downtown Manhattan Beach, this home represents the absolute best in coastal living. Offered at $10,000,000.

Dave & Jennifer Caskey  |  Caskey & Caskey and Associates

310-200-5900  |  caskeyandcaskey.com  |  [email protected]  |  DRE #01075946

Photographed by Manolo Langis | Langoworks

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