New Party at the A

By Dave Fratello | May 10th, 2022

It's a little slice of throwback Manhattan Beach, right on the edge of downtown.

1504 Highland Avenue Manhattan Beach CAAnd now, the A-frame at 1504 Highland is sold.

Time to start some new history.

You'll recall from last month when we went on a bit of a flight of fancy about the home. (See "Selling History at the A-Frame.")

The 1960s house (3br/3ba, 1675 sqft.) has views of the pier, ocean and our annual holiday fireworks.

For a big, older house without much insulation and big windows, we were also glad to find that the home has air conditioning. That snug little room at the peak could be a hot box, otherwise.

They brought this home out at $2.599M, and while many of us may have liked to make it home, only one party could.

The home sold slightly over asking at $2.625M.

Next time you pass by, wave to the new owners.

If you think about them while at home, raise a glass.

If you're lucky, some time after you wave, perhaps they'll invite you up to raise a glass, or at least a red solo cup. It's a tradition, after all.


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