Believe it or not, this funky new listing in Santa Monica started out life as your run-of-the-mill ranch. But after trading hands in 2005, the 1950s traditional got a major makeover from Daly Genik, the Santa Monica-based firm who designed Silver Lake's award-winning Camino Nuevo High School. Formerly a three-bedroom, two-bath, single-story residence (see photo two in the gallery), the home now features, per the listing, "four bedrooms, four baths, an office, an open loft-like space in the living room, dining room, and kitchen areas, polished concrete floors, rooftop gardens, motor court, and separate garage." Last sold for $2.15 million, the property, which occupies a 9,124 square foot lot north of Montana, is now asking $4.15 million.
· 103 WINNETT Pl [Redfin]
· Daly Genik Architects [Official Site]