Brutalist Concrete Mansion By the Sea Snags a Buyer in SoCal

The second level includes the kitchen, living room, den, and outdoor space—all with ocean views.

On the main level, the home has 3.5 baths and three bedrooms, including a primary suite that opens to the yard and pool area.

There’s also a gym and a bonus area that could be used for additional sleeping space.

Meticulous landscaping gives the home’s exterior an air of privacy and serenity.

Inside, walnut floors soften the board-formed concrete interiors, and mahogany doors do the same from the outside.

A rooftop deck with an outdoor kitchen provides great views, while the home’s living roof is environmentally advantageous.

And delightfully, an interior garden creates a verdant focal point.