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|228 20th Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266|
South End Ocean view Walk street Home! Here is your chance to get more than 4100 square feet of living space with amazing panoramic ocean views, on one of the best Walk streets in Manhattan Beach. This fabulous five bedroom, four and one-half bathroom home is just steps to the beach and minutes from downtown Manhattan. The top level has a wonderful open feel—and you can see the ocean everywhere you look. Formal living and dining areas face the north while the kitchen, nook and family room look straight at the pier. The middle floor has four good sized bedrooms and three bathrooms, including the ocean view Master with fireplace, deck, and walk-in closet. Downstairs, is the fifth bedroom, another full bath and a beautiful bonus room, complete with bar, brand new distressed walnut flooring and French doors out to the flat, flagstone ocean view patio. The garage is oversized, fits three cars and includes a separate storage area perfect for wine room, gym or separate office.
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Tony Gonzales of Kansas City Chiefs Lists Manhattan Beach Home
Regarding Gibson International:
A new realty firm in this economy? It doesn’t faze Scott Gibson, head of Gibson International. “There are challenges, but they can be transcended,” he said, referring to the high number of foreclosures and other problems in the nation’s housing market.
We are having a lot of fun, and we are fortunate to have people come in with us – close to 50 by the end of this week – who are top agents I can enjoy seeing every day,” Gibson said.
Among them is Randy Forbes Jr., who has the Gonzales listing.
More recently, Gibson was president of Coldwell Banker, from L.A. to Palm Springs and the Santa Ynez Valley, before he spent three years in the real estate business on the East Coast.
Gibson, 53, started in real estate in 1978. He is a grandfather of two. During the passing years, he worked his way up the ladder and learned that there is a place for high-end agents. “There was no attempt to become an elitist,” he said, “but every day, there were opportunities in the marketplace.” Still, he waited for what he deemed to be the right time to open his company.
“Why now?” he asked. “The idea, the drive and the passion make the difference,” he said.