Home of the Day: Maximizing modern style in Pacific Palisades

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By Bonnie McCarthy

The residence of Philippe Rousselin, owner of home furnishings store Diva Group in Beverly Hills, presents a sleek, contemporary showcase for indoor-outdoor living complete with floor-to-ceiling windows, an open floor plan and expansive outdoor terraces. Overlooking the Pacific, the minimalist retreat complete with pool and patio bar presents a prime party locale and epitomizes living la vida Los Angeles. Warning: you may feel the urge to buy this home fully furnished.

Address: 1099 Vista Grande Drive, Pacific Palisades, 90272

Price: $4.898 million

Built: 1966

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Lot size: 21,381 square feet

House size: 2,915 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms

Features: Industrial-style stainless chef’s kitchen with skylight, dual-head rain shower, built-in stone soaking tub, master bedroom suite with walk-in closet, tile and wood flooring, floor-to-ceiling glass walls with views of the Pacific, living room fireplace, recessed lighting, indoor-outdoor floor plan, expansive terraces with bar area and pool

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90272 ZIP Code in February was $2.690 million, based on 18 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 7.6% decrease in median price compared with February 2016.

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