If you’re a die-hard HGTV fan looking up one-bedroom condos in the surf-friendly seaside city of Huntington Beach, you’re in for a treat.
A one-bedroom, one-bath unit at the Villa Pacifica gated community recently came to market, and it has quite a few standout features.
Among them: it was designed by Jasmine Roth, reality TV’s latest home renovation darling.
Jasmine won fans over with her beautiful, functional designs, starring in popular HGTV shows like Hidden Potential and Help! I Wrecked My House. Her finely tuned interior design skills have also earned her the title of season 2 winner of the hit competition series Rock the Block.
And a quick look at one of the designer’s recent projects makes it clear why the California-based designer and builder quickly became one of the most sought-after interior designers.
The beautifully-designed condo hit the market mid-June — with Kevin Via and Roz Essner at Compass holding the listing — and it might have already nabbed a buyer (a little over two weeks after listing).
The brokerage’s website shows that the condo is already under contract and likely headed for a super-speedy sale.
The 716-square-foot condo has been meticulously renovated with custom touches and vintage details throughout.
It features a beautiful kitchen with custom cabinets and all new appliances with sealed marble countertops and a large living room that opens to a welcoming patio.
There’s also a stylish work-from-home area with a Hunter ceiling fan to circulate the cool ocean breeze.
The bright and airy bedroom of the Jasmine Roth-designed condo comes with custom window treatments and a master bathroom has a soaking tub/shower with custom sealed handcrafted tile with Kohler brushed brass fixtures throughout.
The designer condo sits in the gated community of Villa Pacifica in Huntington Beach, a seaside city southeast of Los Angeles, known for its long 8.5 miles of beautiful beach, mild climate, and excellent surfing, which earn it the nickname of Surf City.
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