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Home of the Week: Just-redone classic on rare large Huntington Palisades lot
A stately 1932 Contemporary Traditional home in one of the Westside’s most coveted neighborhoods, the Huntington Palisades area of Pacific Palisades. 




Set on a 15,000 square foot lot, the five-bedroom residence marries beautifully detailed period charm with a modern, coastal-inspired ambience. 




An array of California-inspired indoor and outdoor spaces define the light-filled tone, from a sunroom encircled by curving walls of windows to an expansive backyard with large pool, patio, barbecue and poolside dining area. In the airy, open-plan kitchen and family room, banks of French doors frame the green view and lead to the yard. 




The second floor master suite is highlighted by a spa-inspired bath with fireplace and features vast closet space. The elegant retreat opens to a balcony overlooking the luxuriant grounds. Three more en-suite bedrooms connect to a welcoming family room.





The Village, Palisades Park and the beach are all a short drive away. This is an extraordinary opportunity to own a spacious, elegant home on over three-quarters of an acre in prime Pacific Palisades. 




15000 Altata Drive is offered at $11,650,000 by Hugh Evans III.




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