Upon entering the gates of La Casa de la Palmera you are greeted into a private sanctuary by a great palm tree as old as the house itself. This 1927 Spanish Colonial harkens back to a glamorous golden age of California following the Panama-California Exposition. The interior is lain with Walnut hardwood in tandem with classic white Mediterranean plaster. Throughout are variously shaped Saltillo tiles, archways, coved and exposed beam ceilings, alcoves and niches. The Spanish Baroque motiv is appropriately utilized through choice built-ins along with the iron-wrought railings and sconces. Hand painted tiles are subtly seasoned all around the property, providing moments of appreciation to the details that were labored over for this impeccably designed property. All the modern amenities truly make it the perfect blend of new meets old, no need for anything more, even boasting A/C and a generator. This home is perfectly placed just 600 yards to the Ocean surrounded by the MPCC golf course.