If you’re looking for the perfect home and have $16,5 million we might found something for you. This classic Spanish Colonial Revival beachfront estate on Santa Monica’s Gold Coas has just hit the market, priced at $16,500,000. The 7 bedroom/6bathroom estate was originally built in 1928 for silent film star Norma Talmadge and was a hangout for the movie elite. While it retains the style, materials, elegance and ambience of Hollywood’s Golden Age, it has been tastefully updated for today’s casual resort lifestyle by Molori Designs (@Molori).
The entire home has been redesigned to maximize the sweeping views that span the entire Santa Monica Bay. The baths and kitchen have been upgraded with all the modern conveniences.
The first floor has all of the public rooms including a spacious living room with fireplace as well as an equally large dining room also with fireplace, an elegant sun room as well as two bedrooms for help or overflow guests. Because of the extraordinary width of this lot there are two sumptuous master suites complete with fireplaces and dressing rooms on the second floor.
Also on this floor are two additional guest suites.
The top floor features a large ocean view guest room and a secondary family/game/media room. There is a large pool, fire pit and outdoor dining area set in a garden which leads to the beach and bike path. Truly 1020 Palisades Beach Road/Santa Monica is the best of LA.