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Sunny Spanish-style in Santa Monica looking for a buyer for $2M

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Featuring original floors and built-ins

Front of Spanish-style home
The house sits on a grassy lot in Sunset Park.
Photos by Upmarket Photo, courtesy Stephen Placial, Keller Williams

This charming Spanish-style home in Santa Monica’s Sunset Park neighborhood was built in 1930 and still boasts plenty of period details, including original hardwood floors and crown moldings.

The 2,185-square-foot residence has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with a living room, family room, and kitchen with attached breakfast nook. The living room has beamed ceilings and an elegant stone fireplace, while the kitchen has vintage tile countertops to go along with newer stainless steel appliances.

Other interior features include French doors, casement windows, tiled bathrooms, and an array of built-ins.

The house sits on a 5,175-square-foot lot with a grassy front lawn and an enclosed backyard. There’s also a detached two-car garage topped with a sunny studio space and a wide wraparound deck. A balcony off the second level of the main residence looks down into the yard and provides space for outdoor seating.

Asking price is $1.95 million.

Living room with stone fireplace
Family room with French doors
Kitchen with tile counters
Bedroom with built-ins
Backyard with garage