One Bunk Beach puts the mid-century modern aesthetic on loving display. Built in 1964 by architect Loch Crane, a protégé of the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright, this “post and beam”-style home maintains 95 percent of its original mix of classic materials: smoked glass, redwood, travertine and volcanic rock. Hand-picked pieces throughout the three-bedroom property – from vintage chandeliers to vibrant sculptures – impress and excite our guests, who appreciate eclectic art and admire post-war design and craftsmanship. You might not want to leave this Ocean Beach residence, but you should. The Pacific Ocean is only 20 feet away. Get to know her and celebrate her, as well as the iconic “O.B.” community, a laid-back “village” of sorts, that’s worth exploring.
FEATURES & AMENITIES
Open floor plan
Indoor & outdoor fireplaces
Solar panel heated swimming pool (May-Sept.)
Fast, free Wi-Fi
Record player with eclectic, DJ-selected vinyl
Miele coffee machine & appliances
55-inch LCD TV with Netflix and Hulu
Locally produced Bunk bath products
One garage spot, one car port
Beach kit (chairs, cooler, umbrella, boogie boards)
The community of Ocean Beach was once a haven of ‘60s “hippiedom” and political activism. Today, that independent, bohemian spirit is carried forward (with modern twists, of course) by local artists, restaurateurs and entrepreneurs.