2480 Juanita Way | Laguna Beach
Dance under the moonlight, stargaze, or watch the sunset on your private patio deck with over 400 SF of incredible ocean view space. Enjoy hawk-eye views of Main Beach, Catalina Island, and San Clemente Islands.
This contemporary Laguna Beach Alta Vista hillside home was originally designed and built by highly acclaimed mid-century modernist architect, J. Lamont Langworthy, and later rebuilt by architect Ernest Velarde. Enter into a modern paradise in this architecturally rich home that boasts 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and a custom office with its own private entry for a clean, spacial total living area of approximately 3,360SF.The remodeled galley kitchen offers all the conveniences for perfect day-to-day living, or entertaining with state-of the-art stainless steel appliances, abundant cabinet space, and aesthetically pleasing and elegant granite countertops with custom cabinetry.
If you know Langworthy, you will recognize natural elements and design that values both internal and external effects. A modern retreat to call home features Langworthy’s signature design of clean lines, an open floorplan, and strategic window design for sunlight and moonlight along the perimeter, and high cathedral ceilings. The matching woodwork and palette of natural finishings throughout exudes a sense of continuity flowing with the beautiful warmth of bamboo wood flooring, providing the kind of emotional elements typically pursued by Langworthy when building practical, yet spiritual surroundings for his clients.
Additional Features: dumbwaiter to all 3 floors with potential for an elevator, an attached 400SF, 2-car garage, and a 300SF basement.
“The economics of building has been a primary consideration. In my work, I believe that architecture should be practiced as an art form, a spacial sculpture clothed in the appropriate form and materials. The proper selection and finish of these materials and systems determine how the building will perform over the years, resulting in lower maintenance costs and graceful aging.”
~J. Lamont Langworthy, 1982