Home of the Day: 1926 Tudor Revival in Santa Monica

Home of the Day: a 1926 Tudor Revival-style home in Santa Monica for $3.2 million

A lookout tower caps this 1926 Tudor Revival-style residence on a quiet cul-de-sac in Santa Monica. In keeping with the period ambiance, interiors include antique light fixtures, ceilings with hand-carved beams and bay windows with delicate wood insets. At the rear of the property, a wraparound deck provides ocean and canyon views.

Location: 100 Esparta Way, Santa Monica 90402

Asking price: $3.199 million

Year built: 1926

House size: 3,249 square feet, four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 7,556 square feet

Features: Hardwood flooring, exposed beams, antique light fixtures, breakfast bar, updated kitchen, dining room, den, guest/maid’s quarters, library, living room, sun room, patio

About the area: There were 116 single family homes sold in the 90402 ZIP Code in 2013 at a median sale price of $2.963 million, according to DataQuick. That was a 7.2% increase from 2012.

Agent: Brett Silver, 310-500-1266, Partners Trust Real Estate Brokerage and Acquisitions

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