When you think of the lovely Manhattan Beach walk streets leading to the ocean, 16th St. comes to mind for its charm and its proximity to downtown. And on 16th St. nothing compares to a south facing contemporary home for an open floor plan and an abundance of light and dazzling ocean views (No power lines obscure the views from the front or rear decks.) As if this exceptional location were not enough, this home marries brilliant Pat Killen custom architecture with Arts and Crafts style details in deceptively simple and elegant design that honors modern sensibilities and the owner's appreciation of the past. The home has been featured in past Sophisticated Snoops and AIA Tours. There are four possible bedrooms including two which are currently used for home offices. Floors are light maple which reflects the light from a skylight and floor to ceiling windows and doors that curve around the living room. Custom green granite counter tops are used in the kitchen, powder room, and wet bar. The Art and Craft leit motif is repeated in cabinetry, light fixtures, railings, custom doors, paneled entryway and the large stained glass. The garage also includes a work bench, sink and a nearby elevator. Covered parking exists for 3 additional cars.