Home of the Day: Natural beauty in Pacific Palisades

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By Bonnie McCarthy

Designed by Los Angeles-based architect and champion of sustainable technologies Warren Wagner, this energy-efficient home incorporates natural light and canyon views into every space. Organic materials and machined elements create a rustic yet modern aesthetic. A second-floor master suite takes in treetop and canyon views.

Address: 727 Greentree Road, Pacific Palisades, 90272

Price: $3.995 million

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Built: 1953

Lot size: 25,074 square feet

House size: 2,615 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms

Features: Open-concept floor plan; custom cabinetry; wine refrigerator; radiant heat; rooftop garden; second-story master suite with floor-to-ceiling windows; wall of windows overlooking patio, swimming pool and spa

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90272 ZIP Code in March was $2.717 million, based on 28 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 23% decrease in median price compared with March 2015’s.

Agents: Frank Langen, Deasy Penner & Partners, (310) 275-1000

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