• 102 Ocean Way , Santa Monica CA, 90402
The Bradbury House, an exceptional Spanish Colonial Revival residence built in 1923 by renowned architect John W. Byers. This 14-room home on the Pacific Palisades bluffs overlooking the ocean is a spectacular example of the modern use of adobe brick. The attached two-story garage/guest house was built in the 1970's by acclaimed architect Wallace Neff. Centered around an outstanding tiled courtyard modeled after The House of El Greco in Toledo, Spain, this magnificent estate features a two-story entry hall, exposed-beam and gorgeous hand stenciled ceilings in most rooms, a grand staircase with custom tile work and carved oak railings, a living room with a twelve-foot ceiling and a carved oak mantel and a vintage chef's kitchen with counters and cabinets in quarter-sawn oak. The adjacent lot with pool and two vacant parcels across the street are included in the sale. Property also benefits from a Mills Act Contract. TRUST SALE with NO court confirmation required.
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