Venice contemporary displays a fresh face, forward-thinking

This contemporary residence, built in 1988, in Venice’s canal neighborhood presents itself as a happy marriage of eco-conscious features and minimalist design following a renovation by David Hertz.

The architect-environmentalist added a third story to bring in natural light and promote passive cooling. Solar-radiant heated floors, Hertz’s trademarked Syndecrete countertops and tile work, and a sustainable rooftop garden are among other green additions.

The Details

Location: 2335 Eastern Canal, Venice, 90291

Asking price: $4.495 million

Year built: 1988

Architect: David Hertz (renovation)

House size: 3,296 square feet, three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 2,700 square feet

Features: Polished concrete floors; gallery walls; courtyard entry with fountain feature; two-story living room; formal dining room; modern kitchen with Syndecrete breakfast bar; infrared sauna; rooftop deck/patio; canal-facing balconies; installed solar; water filtration system; sustainable rooftop garden

About the area: In 90291 ZIP Code, based on 20 sales, the median sales price in July was $2.55 million, according to CoreLogic. That was a 50.1% increase in median sales price year over year.

Agents: Michael Grady and Mauricio Umansky, (424) 230-2929, the Agency

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