1924 Spanish-style house in Venice moves into the current century

Lauren Beale
Hot Property

The arched entry and curved-wall portico of this renovated 1920s house in Venice have an old-world Spanish flavor. But inside, clean lines, black-trimmed windows and recessed lighting update the interiors for modern living. Dual pergolas in the backyard extend the living space outdoors. 

Address: 829 Brooks Ave., Venice 90291 

Price: $2.275 million

Built: 1924

Lot size: 5,662 square feet

House size: 1,980 square feet, three bedrooms, four bathrooms

Features: Living and dining room area, decorative fireplace, kitchen island, granite counters, kitchen skylight, den, French doors 

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90291 ZIP Code in November was $1.763 million, based on 20 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 9% increase compared with the same month last year.

Agents: Kerry Ann Sullivan, (310) 907-6517, and Tami Pardee, (310) 907-6517, both with Halton Pardee & Partners

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