Home of the day: A wood-and-steel contemporary in Venice

Interiors awash in white oak floors and redwood ceilings provide a visual contrast to the cool gray exterior of this newly built Venice contemporary. Designed by local architect Robert Thibodeau of Design Universal Architects, a floating glass staircase framed in steel acts as a divider between public areas on the main floor, while walls of glass invite light. On the top level, a rooftop deck invites entertaining with outdoor speakers and a fire pit.

Address: 232 Grand Blvd., Venice, 90291

Price: $3.487 million

Year built: 2015

Architect: Robert Thibodeau, Design Universal Architects

House size: 3,288 square feet, three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 2,249 square feet

Features: White oak floors, redwood ceilings, walls of glass, floating glass staircase, Alderwood kitchen, open-space living room with wall fireplace, second-floor family room/office, top-level master suite, rooftop deck

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90291 ZIP Code in May was $1.457 million based on 14 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 9.6% decrease in median sale price from the previous year.

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

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