Tucked away on the idyllic China Cove beachfront overlooking the harbor entrance and the famed Wedge surf break, 2605 Way Lane is a home of distinguished architectural pedigree, yet crafted to embrace the relaxed, casual quality of a waterfront lifestyle. Relating equally to both the ocean and the bay the impressive collaboration between architect Ade Collie and designer James Magni presents as a striking organic contemporary home - clad inside and out in split-face travertine blocks and warmed by rich Honduran mahogany. Here interior spaces flow to exterior - be it the beachfront living area bathed in sunset, Catalina and harbor views - or the dramatic three-story interior courtyard garden envisioned by Terry Hart, a contributing landscape designer at the Getty Museum. Featuring dramatic living, dining and entertaining spaces, a large scale, professional-grade chef's kitchen, two offices, a serene master suite with enchanting water views and three additional bedrooms plus a den/exercise area, the residence provides approximately 5,700 sf of living on three levels. Additional highlights of this stunning residence include five fireplaces, a roof top terrace with abundant water views, dumbwaiter to all floors, CRESTRON smart-home system, whole house water filtration and conditioning. Comfortable and user-friendly without sacrifice of sophistication and pure glamour - an outstanding waterfront home.