Home of the Day: Ranch-style throwback in Manhattan Beach

Home of the Day: Midcentury-inspired rancher in Manhattan Beach's Tree Section

A butterfly roof lined with clerestory windows tops this Midcentury-inspired ranch home in Manhattan Beach’s Tree Section. Clean lines and floor-to-ceiling glass highlight the bright, open-space floor plan. Adding to the indoor-outdoor vibe, a bi-folding glass door connects the main living area to a covered patio space.

Location: 2412 John St., Manhattan Beach, 90266

Price: $2.799 million

Year built: 2015

Architect: Luis Murillo, LMDesign & Associates Inc.

House size: 1,890 square feet, three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 5,060 square feet

Features: Hardwood flooring, custom built-ins, tongue-and-groove ceilings, living room with wall fireplace, bi-folding door, kitchen with breakfast bar, oversized garage with office/craft room, patio, outdoor shower, installed solar panels, radiant heat and hot water systems

About the area: The median sale price in the 90266 ZIP Code in December was $1.7 million based on 11 single-family home sales, according to DataQuick. That was a 14.5% drop in median sales price compared to the previous year.

Agents: Michael T. Dodd, NWRE Brokers, (310) 227-6627

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