At $5.5 million, the 4,100-square-foot walk street home at 224 6th St. in Manhattan Beach retails for about $1,341 per square foot.
Inside the newly built house are five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a "gourmet" kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a computerized lighting system and an elevator to get you around. The home was built in 2012 by craftsman Ken Johnson and designed by architect Doug Leach.
The ocean-view property also boasts a cell phone signal booster, solar hot water heater and a steam shower. For those wishing to add a home theater, the house is pre-wired for one. The home is also pre-wired for solar panels to power it all.
The house is within walking distance of downtown Manhattan Beach and all the shops, restaurants and parks.
The property is brokered by Shorewood Realtors. For more information, see the listing on AOL Real Estate.
This is article is part of a new ongoing series profiling some of the most expensive property for sale in Manhattan Beach as determined by AOL Real Estate.