Filmmaker Eric Heimbold, whose credits range from a sushi-inspired documentary to a Baha Men music video, is ready to make a move in Venice.
His architectural home on Abbot Kinney is listed for $7.88 million.
Right across the street from farm-to-table spot Gjelina, the three-story property opens to 3,010 square feet of industrial-vibe interiors. Brick walls recall a downtown loft. Polished concrete floors run underneath.
On the main level, there’s a step-down living room, a chrome-covered kitchen and a dining area topped by a wiry chandelier. A wall of glass opens to a waterfall courtyard touched up by wall-mounted greenery.
Other open-air highlights include a courtyard with a spa, an outdoor shower and a rooftop deck accessed by the master suite. It’s one of three bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Bob Hurwitz of Hurwitz James Company holds the listing.