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Traditional house takes its cues from East Coast design

Traditional house takes its cues from East Coast design
Wide gates open to the grass and concrete driveway. (Todd F. Goodman)

Gray shingle siding, white trim and a turret give a shipshape appearance to this East Coast-inspired Traditional in Santa Monica. Built last year, the house has such up-to-the-moment amenities as a vehicle-charging station, a smart house system and a climate-controlled wine cellar. Just to keep things fun, there's a putting green and a saline swimming pool out back.

Address: 222 20th St., Santa Monica 90402

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Price: $7.795 million

Built: 2016

Architect: Ken Ungar

Lot size: 8,955 square feet

House size: 7,581 square feet, six bedrooms, eight bathrooms

Features: Gated, great room, family room, dining room, home theater, office, four fireplaces, fitness space, master suite balcony, spa, outdoor entertaining area, basement, two-car attached garage

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90402 ZIP Code in February was $3.1 million based on five sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 12.7% decrease compared with the same month the previous year.

Agents: Susan Newirth, (310) 500-1351, and Richard Stearns, (310) 500-1301, both with Partners Trust

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