Located west of Highway One in the coveted Beach Tract neighborhood, sits this single story home that was completely rebuilt from the wood framing out in 2014. The home was designed by locally recognized architect, Garth Kornreich, and offers environmentally designed and fully permitted spaces that include all new systems and mostly new structure. The contemporary design is unique for the neighborhood in that it offers bi-level cathedral ceilings with clerestory windows that capture light yet retain privacy. The contemporary design is reinforced with the standing seam metal roof, perfect for mounting the 5.36KW owned solar panels that supply 100% of the home’s energy needs. The home is designed for beauty and function with an open concept floor plan, wide plank oak flooring, upgraded Milgard windows, solid core interior doors, and LED lighting. The island kitchen features sleek custom walnut cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and an chef style sink. Thoughtful touches include a smooth top range, self cleaning oven, convection, and microwave cooking. The primary suite features a massive walk-in closet, cleverly arranged for easy organization. The en-suite bath showcases dual sinks, a temperature controlled walk in shower, a separate windowed toilet room, generous walnut cabinetry, and built-in speakers. Entertaining is easy with the open floor plan, the family entertainment nook next to the kitchen, and the fenced patio on the west side of the home. Other features not to be missed are the outdoor shower, the view of Morro Rock, an interior laundry room, a glass garage door, generous storage, and air conditioning. Landscaping is thoughtfully designed with drought tolerant indigenous plantings and a rooftop rainwater collection tank. Steps to the beach.