Pacific Palisades Colonial
Ideally situated between lush green gardens and the ocean surf and white sand below, this Pacific Palisades estate offers the perfect mix of both yesterday and today. With its four bedrooms, and four full- and two partial baths, this beautiful home provides ample space, with 14 rooms and nearly 5,200 square feet of living space.

Constructed by the renowned architect, John W. Byers, in 1923, this nearly century old U-shaped residence on the bluffs is centered around a tiled courtyard, abundant landscaping, and 360 degree priceless views.

The two-story entry hall includes exposed beams and magnificent wood molding, and most of the rooms in the home feature hand-stenciled ceilings. In the main living room, you will also find a fireplace – complete with a carved oak mantel, and the spacious kitchen is fit for a chef.

The two-level garage and guest house was more recently constructed in the 1970s, and provides additional space for visitors or a home office set-up, as well as covered parking for vehicles.

The property also includes a large outdoor swimming pool, as well as two vacant parcels of land across the street. As an additional bonus, due to its historic status, the purchase of this home includes Mills Act historic tax benefits.

This stunning estate, which is located at 102 Ocean Way, is currently listed at $12 million. Private tours can be arranged for those who are interested purchasers.