Bringing together all of the elements that make modern contemporary architecture so appealing, 477 25th Street in Hermosa Beach inspires with its unwavering commitment to clean lines, mixed elements and California living. Recently featured on NBC’s Open House segment, the home garnered attention for how its beach home essence marries modern elegance. Each level, including the rooftop, features terraces that offer sweeping views of the surf, the sand and neighboring hillside. Aptly dubbed a “corner of paradise,” this beach property lets you have it all, even 360 views of the famous Southern California sunset.
For all of the home’s connection with nature, it does not shy away from glamorous, dramatic touches. Upon entry, you’re met with a 30 foot quartz stone wall with a delicate shine to reflect the sunlight during the day and the custom lighting at night. Into the kitchen and you behold an opulent waterfall island crafted in white stripe marble. Each finish was selected with a purpose–to offer a seamless connection with the ocean views bringing the outside in no matter where you are in the house.
With an easy flow, the great room is situated just off the kitchen and dining space. It too shows off major character with a quartz stone fireplace replete with a floating marble mantel. The room is expansive, flushed with natural light and offers direct access to one of the home’s many outdoor terraces. But the great room isn’t the only living space the home features. A beautifully crafted bridge connects that and the media room, ideal for everything from gathering and entertaining to playtime. A marble bar looks out to the space that’s made unique by a pocket door opening up to luxurious patio with 180 degree views.
Like so many of the spaces within the property, the master suite too offers a sense of retreat. Boasting equally entrancing views, the space is large and marked by a minimalist design and segways into a bathroom space that is somewhat of an oasis. With rich marble and quartz finishes throughout, an oversized shower space with small windows and a deep soaking tub, this space is described as the ideal place to get away after a “long day at the beach.”
For more information about 477 25th Street contact Mark Kitching.