328 25th place Manhattan Beach
Ready spring 2020, panoramic ocean view home

2101 Elm Ave – SOLD

Brand new modern farmhouse

Developed and built by Fluent Homes, Inc, with superb craftsmanship and extreme attention to detail. West-facing backyard offers tons of sun for a nice-sized yard and covered, heated patio. Wide-plank white oak floors throughout. Center island kitchen includes breakfast nook and opens to great room with fireplace and folding accordion doors that lead out to the patio. Four bedrooms on 2nd floor, including a spacious master suite with balcony and large walk-in closet with vanity. First-floor bedroom suite would also make an ideal office and comes with sliding barn door entry. This home was presold and is still under construction (image is a rendering), with estimated completion in July.

Building exceptional homes at the highest quality standard

Fluent Homes, Inc. is an emerging general contractor and development company located in Manhattan Beach, California owned and operated by long time residents Alex Bourgon and Curtis Holliman. They are life long friends who complement each other very effectively.  Fluent Homes believes in building homes that “speak to you” and we are doing exactly that!

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2109 Meadows

Brand new Coastal Plantation view home

w/dramatic Artisan siding, custom exterior lighting, African mahogany shutters, lush tropical landscape, silver quartz & black limestone front planters.
East facing Lanai w/City & mountain views

2-story Living Room w/captivating 22-ft bamboo-tiled fireplace & wet bar. Side windows provide views of ext bamboo. Wide Euro-cut white oak floors t/o.

Stunning island Kitchen w/slab marble counters, farm sink, Thermador appliances including 48” 6-burner range, drawer microwave & 55-bottle wine tower. Shaker-style cabinetry accented by maritime-inspired pendant lighting.

Family Room w/4-panel bi-fold doors open to SW-facing lawn & large patio. Approx 1000-ft private patio/yard is tropically landscaped!

Guest bedroom with its own bath, powder room & mud room complete the 1st level.

2nd floor has 4 bedrooms. Corner lanai has great views looking N & E, plus ceiling fan, wiring for heaters, speakers & big-screen tv. SE corner bedroom has mountain views, private bath, built-in desk+real wood closet organizers. 2 additional bedrooms w/jack-n-jill bath. Master suite has Juliet balcony over backyard, koa wood ceiling fan, large walk-in closet & private bath w/tile floor, soaker tub+large shower, twin sinks & marble counter. Upstairs mud room w/bench seat completes 2nd level.

Additional features include double-hung Marvin “Integrity” windows, koa wood ceiling fans, 4” LED lighting throughout, dual-zoned “nest” system, air conditioning, tankless water heater, epoxy-coated garage floor, Cat-6 prewire, video security system. A unique home w/quality & style that will endure.

1321 Voorhees, Manhattanbeach

Built in a “Plantation” style, this new spec home checks every box for what’s current in Manhattan Beach, from the outside in.

A big, open first level features wide-plank white oak flooring, a large, open kitchen with white marble counters and a huge fridge/freezer combo with a sidecar “wine tower” fridge beside that, and a big family room opening to the (smallish) backyard. One accent on the first floor is a sliding barn door that covers the wet bar in the formal living room. The rough-hewn, grey-stained wood and the door itself make for an almost playful statement.

Every bathroom is different. The builders tried out something new in each one. Find the first-floor bath, tucked away to the left behind the stairwell – there, using tile, they created the illusion of a bamboo wall. We have it in the photo here, but you should see it in person. Five of the bedrooms are large, and the master gets treetop views out toward the north. The combination of crowd-pleasing style and extra attention to detail made this 2015 build a must-have. The builders drew an offer before officially coming to market.

~MB Confidential