A hidden gem in Santa Monica, this spectacular modern contemporary glass-and-steel work of art offers one-of-a-kind views of the world-famous Santa Monica Pier, beach, and ocean from its rooftop deck. Located across the street from the well-known Shutters Hotel, the three-story residence was designed by the world-renowned architectural firm Lee+Mundwile.
The four-bedroom, five-bathroom, 2,549-square-foot home is truly a masterpiece of architecture just steps away from the sand, exceptional nightlife, and much more.
The house was previously owned by Murray Gold, an English composer for stage, film, and TV, and a dramatist for theater and radio. He is best known as the musical director and composer of the music for “Doctor Who” from 2005 until he stepped down in 2018. He has been nominated for five awards from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
Interiors soaked in natural light
The home flows seamlessly from the entry through the living room to the spacious eat-in kitchen equipped with high-end appliances and a massive island with sink. The living spaces are encased in walls of glass and steel, soaking the home in natural light. A three-story atrium with a large adjustable skylight allows light and air to spill into the home from above. Fireplaces are ideally placed for get-togethers in the dining and family rooms.
The primary suite boasts a large walk-in closet, an oversized balcony, en-suite bathroom separated by a floor-to-ceiling wall of glass, a floating vanity, walk-in rain shower, and a deep soaking tub. The two additional bedrooms on this floor have en-suite bathrooms and spacious reach in the closet. The bedroom on the lower level is currently set up with soundproofing, ideal for anyone in the music industry.
Full-length lap pool
A luxurious full-length lap pool anchors the side of the home, and a large floating balcony hangs above the pool. The combination of large shrubs, palms, banana trees as well as a secured gate at the front and the back of the property create tranquility, privacy, and security for the home.
Solar panels on the roof and two Tesla batteries in the attached garage allow for the possibility of powering the house or charging a backup generator.