Sited on an over-sized corner lot lies a brand-new custom home, built with a nod to Frank Lloyd Wright. Earth tones and soft black elements are highlighted by glass, iron, and concrete. This mid-century modern residence boasts seven bedrooms and eight baths in over 6600 square feet of open-plan living space. From its striking façade to the oversize pivoting front door, designer Kathy Barone uses a stunning array of natural materials that are flawlessly utilized throughout, including white oak, stone, and glass. Natural light highlights the sweeping floorplan of the main level featuring high ceilings, a library with custom built-ins, a family room with huge glass accordion doors that open onto an elegant backyard, a powder room, and a stunning kitchen with a walk-in pantry. The basement level features a wet bar, wine fridge, huge media room, two bedrooms with full baths, and a powder room. Backlit floor-to-ceiling windows show off the notable iron stairwell. The upstairs level is complete with a Master suite, three additional bedrooms, laundry, and an open study with a large deck featuring gorgeous mountain and city views. Ideal for entertaining, this home also features a front patio with a fireplace and a backyard with a built-in barbeque kitchen and bar. Fleetwood doors and windows throughout, a three-stop elevator, and a Crestron automation system are just a few of the extras included in this one-of-a-kind custom home, located in the prime Hill section of Manhattan Beach.