Case Study House #18 in Pacific Palisades on the Market for $10M

By Claudine Zap

Case Study House #18 in Pacific Palisades has hit the market for $10 million. With the sale come the plans for building a possible second home on the nearly half-acre site. 

The potential for owning an iconic Mid-Century Modern residence and the option to divide the property into two lots both make this offer truly special.

And this iconic Case Study House was set on a superb piece of property. It’s located on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and many of the rooms of the single-story abode offer ocean views.

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