Framed by two mature Magnolia trees behind a tall privacy hedge just off of “Goose Egg Park” and a stone’s throw from Montana Avenue and Ocean Avenue, lies this historic two story 1912 Craftsman Bungalow, originally the “Wilkinson Home”, one of Santa Monica’s earliest residences. Lovingly restored, remodeled and expanded by a notable film set decorator and production designer (whose film credits include Nancy Meyers' Something’s Gotta Give ) over a 22 year period with great care, sensitivity and attention to detail. Welcoming front porch leads to generous entry, formal living room with authentic fireplace, formal dining room with French doors and an open eat-in kitchen/family room. Four bedrooms (three up+ one down), including master with beautiful bath, walk-in closet and separate office. All the signature elements of the Craftsman style and period can be found here including wood floors, extensive detailing, beautiful built-ins, beamed ceilings, bead board, paneling and wrap around windows. Other features include a detached studio and gym, and organic vegetable garden. Surrounded by patios, lawn, mature trees & landscaping, this one of a kind property with unparalleled warmth, character and charm affords the very best Santa Monica lifestyle. Available furnished, ideally for one year or more beginning in early September.
Offered at $16,000/month