40′ x 130′
3/23/2011 Planning Commission 8-A
Certificate of Appropriateness Application 11CA-001
Conditional Use Permit 09-005 and Variance 11-003 to allow the operation of a bed and breakfast facility in a designated City Landmark structure.
Conditional Use Permit
2/14/2011 Landmarks Commission Certificate of Appropriateness LC-11CA-001
For the construction of a new garage with studio unit above in the rear of the Landmark Parcel at 2219 Ocean Avenue.
12/24/2010 Landmarks Commission Certificate of Appropriateness LC-10CA-021
Approval of a Certificate of Appropriateness for rehabilitation work LC-10CA-021
12/3/2009 SM Daily Press
Historic cottage becomes new B&B
6/26/2008 SM Daily Press
Cottage owners plan to rent for short-term stays
6/4/2008 SM Daily Press
Cottage case closed
FIXER IN AN AWESOME LOCATION! Ocean views are the appeal of this ‘historic’ beach house which is being sold in its present condition-AS IS. No permits have been located. The house is currently designated a ‘Landmark’ which has constrution restrictions. Between Pacific and Strand. Sold $1,950,000
UI’s beach house stirs legal debate
2/26/2008 City Council
Re-hearing of appeal of Landmarks Commission City Landmark designation. The Council denied the appeal and upheld the Landmarks Commission designation.
6/28/2007 Failure to Act
It was one of the most dramatic failures to make a motion in recent City Council history. With only five members initially present, the council failed to act on an appeal to a Landmarks Commission decision to designate the beach cottage at 2219 Ocean Avenue a City landmark.
7/24/2007 City Council
Appeal APP06-039 of Designation as a City Landmark.
4/24/2007 Santa Monica to Decide Fate of Last Cottage Today
8/14/2006 Landmarks Commission 06LM-007 Item 10-C
To determine whether the single-family residential property should be designated as a City Landmark
City Landmark Assessment Report
6/12/2006 Landmarks Commission Item 10-A
landmark/agendas/2006/ Prelim Assess Memo 2006_03_06.pdf