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Home in bold Del Rey small lot development wants $1.25M

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Polished concrete floors and balconies

Photos by Brian Thomas Jones.
Courtesy of Ian L. Brooks/Berkshire Hathaway HomeService

An unusual and bold small lot division in Del Rey has started listing homes, each with long vertical ribbons of windows and floating staircases.

The new subdivision contains five contemporary homes designed by architect Jeffrey Eyster, and they’re being listed one at a time. The four-level unit for sale now features skylights and polished concrete floors.

The main floor holds the kitchen, which features Bosch appliances, quartz counters, and a bar seating set up at the center island. Off the kitchen area, a set of sliding glass doors opens onto a small outdoor space.

It comes in at two bedrooms, a sleeping loft that could be used as a third bedroom, and three bathrooms. Both bedrooms and the sleeping loft have a balcony, accessible through sliding glass doors. There’s also a finished rooftop deck area.

The roughly 1,800-square-foot dwelling is listed for $1.25 million.

Correction: An earlier version of this post incorrectly said this house was in Culver City.