Live Large in This Marmol Radziner–Designed Home That's Asking $16.9M

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By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
The acclaimed firm builds a bright, modern residence that boasts green roofs, a movie theater, a gym, a pair of guest suites, and a 1,000-bottle wine cellar.

Award-winning design-build practice Marmol Radziner acted as the developer, architect, and general contractor on this impressive home in Santa Monica, California, redeveloping a 40,000-square-foot lot that previously had a channel running through it. The completed residence is a light-filled, contemporary estate that offers the chance to live in an architectural stunner—though it will run you $16,885,000.

The shaded pool cabana shares the backside of the living room's dual fireplace.

The shaded pool cabana shares the backside of the living room's dual fireplace.

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The eight-bedroom, ten-bath home, which provides a spacious 9,500 square feet, is shaped like an L, wrapping around a pool area that features a shaded cabana, an outdoor kitchen, and an indoor/outdoor fireplace. The double-height living room is anchored by the indoor portion of this hearth. A formal dining area sits off the living area, and upscale amenities include a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, a movie theater, a gym, and even a pair of guest suites.

The pool area also features an outdoor kitchen and ample space for entertaining.

The pool area also features an outdoor kitchen and ample space for entertaining.

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The seamless integration of the outdoors is perhaps best sensed in this image. The kitchen opens to a terrace with views straight through to the pool area on the other side, allowing for cross-breezes and the indoor/outdoor lifestyle that Southern California is known for.

The seamless integration of the outdoors is perhaps best sensed in this image. The kitchen opens to a terrace with views straight through to the pool area on the other side, allowing for cross-breezes and the indoor/outdoor lifestyle that Southern California is known for.

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The ground floor features an open-plan chef’s kitchen with oversized island and family room. The material palette of rustic oak cabinetry and oak floors creates a warm, inviting, retreat-like home.

The ground floor features an open-plan chef’s kitchen with oversized island and family room. The material palette of rustic oak cabinetry and oak floors creates a warm, inviting, retreat-like home.

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The bright and airy open living room features a double-height ceiling.

The bright and airy open living room features a double-height ceiling.

The space is anchored by the brick-inlay, indoor/outdoor fireplace.

The space is anchored by the brick-inlay, indoor/outdoor fireplace.

Rustic oak is also employed in the dining area, which sits off the living room. To the left is the 1,000-bottle dedicated wine cellar. 

Rustic oak is also employed in the dining area, which sits off the living room. To the left is the 1,000-bottle dedicated wine cellar. 

One of the upstairs bedrooms.

One of the upstairs bedrooms.

Even the bathrooms have a strong sense of the outdoors.

Even the bathrooms have a strong sense of the outdoors.

The home enjoys treetop views from the den, which connects the second-floor living spaces.

The home enjoys treetop views from the den, which connects the second-floor living spaces.

The den opens to a deck, the periphery of which is lined with a living roof. 

The den opens to a deck, the periphery of which is lined with a living roof. 

A view of the stunning property at dusk. 

A view of the stunning property at dusk. 

595 East Channel Road is currently being listed for  $16,885,000 by Halton Pardee + Partners. See the full listing here

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