Dubbed the Broadway House, the modern glass and wood building was designed by Los Angeles–based architect Noah Walker, and features sharp angles, glass walls, and sleek lines.
The just-completed remodel took about a year and a half and resulted in a four-bedroom, 3,812-square-foot residence on a 5,200-square-foot lot.
Although a small lot is typical in Venice, this gated property takes advantage of indoor and outdoor space with a great room that opens out to a patio and interior courtyard, which leads to a finished garage.
Along with space for a small car, the garage can also be used as additional living space. Currently, it’s staged as a playroom. Thanks to its clever incorporation of the original with modern, the home was recently featured in Architectural Digest.
The seller purchased the original bungalow in 2015 for $1.2 million.
“That charming, little bungalow is the original facade,” says listing agent Justin Alexander. “They really wanted to tie in the Arts and Crafts movement of Venice.”
Once you walk through the front door and beyond the formal living room that were part of the original home, the space expands with a 26-foot-high ceiling and an open layout that features glass walls at the back of the house.
The main level contains an open kitchen with a marble island and built-in breakfast nook, which is adjacent to the family room and patio. Upstairs, a loft sitting room looks over the main level. Also on the second floor, the master suite boasts a luxe bathroom and views of mature palm trees.
The home is conveniently located near the beach, restaurants, and shopping.
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