Home of the Day: French Quarter style with an Airstream office in O.C.

This Newport Beach residence, once home to early radio pioneer Ken Niles, has a French Quarter vibe with a double-gallery design underscored by wrought-iron details and large picture windows. Tree-topped grounds of about an acre include a sports court, a swimming pool and a vintage Airstream that doubles as a home office.

Address: 2400 Santiago Dr., Newport Beach, 92660

Price: $3.25 million

Year built: 1955

House size: 3,145 square feet, three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 0.83 acres

Features: Wood floors, built-ins, wrought-iron finishes, wainscoting, updated kitchen, breakfast nook, family room with wall fireplace, living room, formal dining room, master suite with fireplace, park-like grounds, sports court, swimming pool, covered patio

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 92660 ZIP Code in May was $1.78 million based on 32 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was an 6.4% increase in median sale price from the previous year.

Agent: Chris Brigandi, Arbor Real Estate Professionals, (949) 910-6005

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