The historic Bradbury House, built almost a hundred years ago, is on the market for $12 million.
Lewis L. Bradbury, Jr., son of mining magnate Lewis L. Bradbury, Sr., built the house while expanding his father's business between 1922 and 1923.
Famous Santa Monica architect John W. Buyers designed the house in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. In 1994, the house was awarded the designation of Los Angeles City Historic Cultural Monument.
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean on a seaside bluff, the home has 14 bedrooms and four bathrooms on 102 Ocean Way. The property is built with adobe brick and includes a two-story garage and guest home, as well as a pool and two vacant parcels across the street.