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Inviting light in Venice

Inviting light in Venice
An exercise in form and function, natural light touches the interiors of this sleek modern home in Venice through meticulously placed skylights and a glass catwalk and staircase framed in steel. A pair of rooftop decks cap the newly built contemporary, offering uninhibited views of the surrounding canal and cityscape. (Brandon Arant)

An exercise in form and function, natural light touches the interiors of this sleek modern home in Venice through meticulously placed skylights and a glass catwalk and staircase framed in steel. A pair of rooftop decks cap the newly built contemporary, offering uninhibited views of the surrounding canal and cityscape.

Location: 229 Linnie Canal, Venice, 90291

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Asking price: $5 million

Year built: 2014

Architect: Curt Austin Peters -- Peters Architecture

Devoloper: Christian Salceda, Silicon Bay Development

Interior Designer: Stacy Jacobsen, SJ Studio

House size: 3,631 square feet, four bedrooms, four full bathrooms, one half bath

Lot size: 2,850 square feet

Features: Fleetwood sliders, hardwood and tile flooring, gas fireplaces, chef's kitchen, formal living room, dining room, enclosed patio with fire pit, rooftop decks, two-car garage.

About the area: Last year, there were 242 single-family homes sold in the 90291 ZIP Code at an median price of $1.318 million, according to DataQuick. That was a 29.1% increase from 2012.

Agent: Tami Pardee (310) 907-6517(310) 907-6517, Pardee Properties

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