• 102 Ocean Way , Santa Monica CA, 90402
On the bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Bradbury House is a stunning example of Spanish Colonial Revival style. Designed by architect, John Byers for Lewis Bradbury Jr the house is composed of adobe walls, exquisite tiles and carved wood accents. Sited on two lots featuring a lush garden, swimming pool, and 2 BR guest quarters attributed to Wallace Neff. Walled and beautifully gated with a tile motor court, the 14 room estate is centered around an open tiled courtyard. A gracious 2 story foyer opens to public rooms with soaring ceilings featuring hand stenciled wood beams. Included are 2 additional parcels preserving ocean views to the south. Restoration has been undertaken with adherence to US Secretary of the Interior Standards. Bradbury House is Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument#594, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and also the California Register of Historic Resources. A Mills Act contract and historic easement protect this unique estate.
|Location:||102 Ocean Way|