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SFD
3
2
2002
1,883
25′ x 100′
2,499
OP-2
4288-003-004
Santa Monica
No

http://losangeles.blockshopper.com/property/4288003004/2712_2nd/

http://lalife.com/address/2712_2nd_St_Santa_Monica_CA_90405

The shotgun house had been in the hands of a Venice family for more than four decades before being sold to a buyer with a San Luis Obispo address, who teamed with local architect S. Forest King to propose replacing the house. They were delayed by city planners long enough to get fed up, although they had been granted a certificate of economic hardship, clearing the way for its demolition. They sold the property to Braden Powell, a production manager. Because the original environmental impact report and the economic hardship certificate were still valid, his plan for a two-story Spanish-style dwelling was approved “over the counter,” without a second trip to the Landmarks Commission. With the owners unable to find a permanent spot for the shotgun house, a demolition permit was issued.

Step into this stunning, light, bright, contemporary home. 2+2 w/loft. Ocean view (from upper deck), open floor plan, cook’s kitchen with stainless appliances, wood & concrete floors, vaulted ceilings, recessed & track lighting, 2 fireplaces and multiple decks with sunset /ocean views. Good size master & huge 2nd bedroom (currently used as office/workspace).
http://www.nikkih.com/address.php?property_ID=11

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