Cooled by the marine breezes of the Pacific Ocean and located on one of Santa Monica’s most historic and coveted streets, Adelaide, rests a grand, golden hued 1926 Mediterranean home, a veritable playground of color, form and collectibles. A creative sanctuary renovated by famed artist Miriam Wosk and architect Steven Ehrlich, this 8,311 square foot masterpiece is where life and art are harmoniously and inextricably married.
A blend of new and old architecture, the expansive foyer flows into the living room, library, solarium and office. They merge into the energy center of the home, an open kitchen, dining area and family room with telescoping glass pocket doors that open seamlessly to an outdoor living area & fireplace, green grassy yard and pool. Three steps down one arrives at the hallmark of the home, a hanger like light filled art studio with a 20 foot vaulted roof and steel clad exterior. Colored concretes and stuccos, stainless steel, galvanized steel and ceramics and exuberant choices in hues and furnishings are just some of the unique sensibilities expressed throughout.
Amenities: three en suite bedrooms upstairs, guest apartment, two-car garage/ 8 car motor court and ocean and canyon views This is no ordinary remodel of a Mediterranean home – here classic forms have been united with modern design, achieving a synergistic harmony.