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7755 Veragua Drive
Playa Del Rey, CA 90293


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Property Remarks

This Mediterranean Estate has 6 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms with 5,983sqft of living space. Custom built with no detail spared, this villa features lush landscaping, unobstructed views from every level of the home extending from Malibu to the Hollywood sign, a 3-stop elevator, large culinary kitchen ideal for hosting large gatherings, bamboo flooring, an extra lounge that can be converted into a gym or nanny's room, 2 master bedrooms & an incredible master bath with spa-like amenities including a stunning tub, 150 sqft walk-in closet & sauna! As if that's not enough, entertaining will be a joy with the large deck featuring a hot tub with waterfall, panoramic views, a wired sound system throughout the home, & large media room great for watching the latest blockbuster with some popcorn! Moments from the shops & restaurants of Playa del Rey, Westchester & Playa Vista, this location provides you with the privacy & relaxation of your own vacation villa with the convenience of urban amenities.

Property Details

MLS#
17267766
Days on Market
71
Year Built
2004
Stories
3
Square Feet
5,983
Lot Size
0.13 Acres
Property Subtype
Single Family
Source of SqFt
Public Records
Source of Lot Size
Public Records

Location

State
CA
Area
Playa Del Rey (C31)
County
Los Angeles

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Listing provided courtesy of James Scott Suarez , Keller Williams Silicon Beach


Exterior

Lot Acreage
0.13
Waterfront
No

Pool
No Pool
Patio Features
Patio Open
View
Bay View
City View
City Lights View
Coastline View
Marina View
Mountain View
Ocean View
Panoramic View
Water View
Other View

Interior

Kitchen Features
Pantry
Bathroom Features
Powder Room
Bathroom Count
7 Full Baths
Interior Features
Bar
Elevator
Additional Rooms
Dining Room
Master Bedroom
Den
Atrium
Bonus Room
Den/Ofc
Entry
Family Room
Formal Entry
Home Theatre
Living Room
Media/Music Room
Office
Recreational Room
Sauna
Walk In Pantry
Dressing Area
Two Masters
Walk-In Closet
Cooking Appliances
Built-In Bbq
Built-Ins
Range Hood
Microwave
Range
Equip/Appliances
Central Vacuum
Dishwasher
Dryer
Freezer
Garbage Disposal
Ice Maker
Refrigerator
Washer
Flooring
Bamboo
Laundry
Individual Room

Additional Property Details

Guest House
Yes
Available for Lease
No
Horse Property
No
Maids
No

Style
Mediterranean
Spa
Hot Tub
AC/Cooling
Central A/C
Ceiling Fan(S)
Heating
Central Furnace
Parking
Garage - Two Door

Playa Del Rey

Enjoying a generous expanse of prime Southern California coastline, Playa del Rey sometimes gets confused for its neighbors Marina Del Rey and Del Rey but this intimate beachside enclave on the Westside of Los Angeles should be known and adored in its own right for its long sandy beach and the protected Ballona Wetlands, home to a wide variety of flora and fauna.

Real Estate: Palisades del Rey was the name of the original 1921 neighborhood land development by Dickinson & Gillespie Co. that later came to be called Playa del Rey.  The discovery of oil in the area and the creation of nearby aviation facilities led to a bit of an industrial boom.  This neighborhood includes post-war tract homes and small apartment buildings, some of which have now been converted to condominiums. Many of the homes on the hills overlooking the Pacific Ocean have been expanded in recent years to suit the tastes of modern owners. 

Community Life: The beach beckons here as does Playa del Rey Lagoon park which includes a baseball diamond and small lake. A bridge between Playa del Rey and the jetty between Ballona Creek and the Marina is accessible for pedestrians and bicycles.

Biography:  Enjoying a generous expanse of prime Southern California coastline, Playa del Rey sometimes gets confused for its neighbors Marina Del Rey and Del Rey but this intimate beachside enclave on the Westside of Los Angeles should be known and adored in its own right for its long sandy beach and the protected Ballona Wetlands, home to a wide variety of flora and fauna.

Real Estate: Palisades del Rey was the name of the original 1921 neighborhood land development by Dickinson & Gillespie Co. that later came to be called Playa del Rey.  The discovery of oil in the area and the creation of nearby aviation facilities led to a bit of an industrial boom.  This neighborhood includes post-war tract homes and small apartment buildings, some of which have now been converted to condominiums. Many of the homes on the hills overlooking the Pacific Ocean have been expanded in recent years to suit the tastes of modern owners. 

Community Life: The beach beckons here as does Playa del Rey Lagoon park which includes a baseball diamond and small lake. A bridge between Playa del Rey and and the jetty between Ballona Creek and the Marina is accessible for pedestrians and bicycles.

Education: Playa del Rey is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Wiseburn School District also accepts students from the area. Schools in the area include Paseo del Rey Natural Science Magnet, Westchester Hugh School, Orville Wright Middle School, Loyola Village Elementary School and Kentwood Elementary School. Private schools include St. Bernard High School and Del Rey Christian Children’s Center.  

Transportation: Playa del Rey is easily reached by the Pacific Coast Highway (1). The area is served by a Route 3 of the Big Blue Bus as well as several other bus lines.

Local Attractions:  Dockweiler Beach is a popular draw, attracting people from many surrounding areas. Fire pits make summer bonfires a beloved activity.

Education: Playa del Rey is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District and the Wiseburn School District also accepts students from the area. Schools in the area include Paseo del Rey Natural Science Magnet, Westchester Hugh School, Orville Wright Middle School, Loyola Village Elementary School and Kentwood Elementary School. Private schools include St. Bernard High School and Del Rey Christian Children’s Center.  

Transportation: Playa del Rey is easily reached by the Pacific Coast Highway (1). The area is served by a Route 3 of the Big Blue Bus as well as several other bus lines.

Local Attractions:  Dockweiler Beach is a popular draw, attracting people from many surrounding areas. Firepits make summer bonfires a beloved activity.

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