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Located at 102 Ocean Way in sunny Pacific Palisades, this Spanish Colonial Revival is listed for a shiny $12 million. With four bedrooms and four bathrooms stretching over 5,198 square feet, the 14-room home roosts atop the Pacific Palisades bluffs with extensive ocean views. The adobe brick mansion was constructed in 1922 for Lewis L. Bradbury, Jr., the son of a pioneer Los Angeles real estate developer and mine owner.
Spanish-style courtyards, hand-stenciled ceilings, a grand staircase with custom tile work, carved oak railings and a vintage chef’s kitchen offer detailing most only dream about.
In addition to the main house, the listing includes four legal parcels including the lot the home is on, an adjacent lot with pool, and two vacant lots across the street.
Listed by: Kelly deLaat and Rachelle Rosten, Executive Directors of the Aaroe Master Trust & Probate Division
Listed for: $12 million
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