$3.99M Inaba Williams Architecture-Designed Modern Abode in Santa Monica, California

William MacCollum, Wm MacCollum Photography

William MacCollum, Wm MacCollum Photography

$3.99M Inaba Williams Architecture-Designed Modern Abode in Santa Monica, California

$3,999,999 | Built 2022 | 3,517 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 6.5 Baths | 0.12 Acres
1622 Berkeley St, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Newly constructed by Inaba Williams Architecture, this spacious and ultra-private abode is on the market for $3.99 million in Santa Monica, California. Listing details: Already award-winning and situated on a quiet street in Santa Monica, this ultra-private, new construction modern compound was thoughtfully conceived by Inaba Williams Architecture (AIA). High ceilings throughout make this the perfect venue to display a collection of art. Skylights and walls of glass deliver light all day. In over 3,500 square feet, California living is amplified by several generously-sized outdoor spaces on both levels. Open concept main living and dining areas seamlessly connect to a kitchen full of Thermador appliances and the pool through sliding Fleetwood doors. 
William MacCollum, Wm MacCollum Photography

The primary bedroom is equipped with walls of glass, a private outdoor terrace, and a bathroom of terrazzo imported from Italy. The two-story front live/work accessory unit, equipped with separate entry, two bathrooms, a kitchenette, and more access outside does not compromise the privacy of the main residence. All this, close to transit, Sawtelle, the tech corridor, Bergamot, all westside amenities, and the beach. This beautiful, modern home is on the market for $3.99 million with Ben Belack of The Agency. Photography by William MacCollum of Wm MacCollum Photography.



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