Santa Monica retreat embraces the International style

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By Lauren Beale

Tropical landscaping surrounds this gated, modern version of an International-style house. Blending European and Pacific Island sensibilities, the home has a resort vibe with its roof deck and 360-degree views.

The lower level is designed for entertaining and includes a guest suite.

Address: 235 Entrada Drive, Santa Monica 90402

Price: $3.775 million

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Built: 2016

Lot size: 6,578 square feet

House size: 2,700 square feet, three bedrooms, three bathrooms

Features: Open kitchen, open formal and informal living rooms, lounging areas around fire pits and fireplaces, travertine and teak flooring, master suite, secondary bedroom suite, club-like entertaining area, teak paneled walls, built-in entertainment centers, canyon and ocean views, adjacent to the water channel

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90402 ZIP Code in September was $1.2 million based on one sale, according to CoreLogic.

Agent: Frank Langen, (310) 963-3891, Deasy/Penner & Partners

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