Home of the Day: Industrial notes in Santa Monica Canyon

blog_press_07_23_15 By Neal J. Leitereg

A steel-framed, glass-bottomed catwalk flanking 10-foot-high floating glass doors connects the front and rear sections of this modern home in Santa Monica Canyon. On the ground floor, open-space public rooms with industrial undertones give way to a bamboo-topped courtyard and swimming pool.

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Address: 700 Kingman Ave., Santa Monica, 90402

Price: $6.995 million

Year built: 2008

Architect: Melinda Gray

Designer/builder: Rob Hussey

House size: 4,248 square feet, four bedrooms, five bathrooms

Lot size: 7,504 square feet

Features: Walnut floors, polished concrete walls, steel beams, farmhouse-style glass doors, catwalk, open-area living room, dining room, kitchen, office, swimming pool, courtyard

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90402 ZIP Code in June was $3.132 million, based on 8 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 13.5% decrease in median price compared with the previous year.

Agent: Frank Langen, Deasy/Penner & Partners, (310) 275-1000

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