Yes, you really can buy this 'ultimate man cave' for $9.75M

The beachfront commercial and residential complex overlooks the Pacific Coast Highway in Los Angeles

In Pacific Palisades, a new ‘ultimate man cave’ boasts a private beach club, gym and winding oceanfront views — and the swanky three-unit space can be yours for a mere $9.75 million.

Overlooking both the Pacific Coast Highway and Will Rogers State Beach, the three-unit Rockwell property was designed as a work-to-party space. It has three properties — one residential and two commercial — and is part of an affluent L.A. neighborhood that has over $1 billion in local development.

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Recently listed by Kennedy Wilson Real Estate Sales and Marketing company for $9.75 million, the property unit was redeveloped specifically as a resort that can be used both commercially and as a private beach club. The 17351 West Sunset Boulevard space has large terraces, Sunset Boulevard access and over 9,000 square feet of properties with beachfront views — along with a large downstairs ‘man cave’ den for storing surfboards along with game and gym equipment.

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“Someone will have the opportunity to have their beach-front condominium, office, private gym — and investment property — all in one location, if desired,” said Andrew Levant, executive vice president of Kennedy Wilson’s Real Estate Sales and Marketing Group. “The options really are endless.”

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The property also comes with a residential condominium as living space — 2,041 square feet and oceanfront views in every room. The ‘coastal chic’ look is present throughout the property with white-oak hardwood floors, Carerra marble countertops and a chef’s kitchen with a walk-in pantry.

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While heralded as a man cave, Rockwell also has potential to fit into a rapidly-developing retail and residential area of Pacific Palisades.

Its neighbors include Palisades Village boutique plaza, One Coast residential units by Etco Homes and the soon-to-be redeveloped Gladstones restaurant by Wolfgang Puck and Frank Gehry.

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