Extra-Large Lots in Manhattan Beach

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Lot sizes at the beach are mostly quite small.  This may take a bit of getting used to if you are from another area where you are used to big yards, swimming pools and other amenities that won’t fit on a typical beach lot.  Occaisionally an opportunity arised to combine lots.  One example of a home that is currently available is 250 S. Dianthus St., Manhattan Beach which is listed by Jonathan Coleman at Real Estate West.  The Summerhill Estate is built on 3 city lots in an irregular configuration that allowed the owners to add a pool, pool/guest house and a koi pond up the hill behind the Country French designed house.  The combination of imported fireplaces, hand-carved doors and built-ins and other exquisite details along with the extra land has resulted in an asking price of $11,900,000.

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If you would prefer to build your own dream home, you might like the double lot  at 2016 and 2020 The Strand, Manhattan Beach listed by David Kramer of Hilton & Hyland.  The combined lots are over 6600 square feet, according the the county assessor’s records.  The asking price of $22,500,000 is well over the value of two separate lots, but two adjacent lots are rare.

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Or, in the Tree Section you could could have an 8,000 square foot lot for a cool $2 million (ok $1,999,999).  829 17th St. is listed by Pam Harlan and Dave Caskey at Shorewood Realtors and featurs a pool size 50 x 160 foot lot. 

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There are other opportunities coming up.  Contact me for more information.  And remember that if you are planning to build, check with the City for allowable lot combinations and possible building plans.