Home of the Week

A minimalist marvel in Venice

This two-story contemporary with a minimalist design stands out from the crowd in Venice with block-pattern façade, walls of glass and a floating steel-and-walnut staircase. A steel bridge extends off the main house, crossing over an inner courtyard to a secondary master suite/guesthouse. A rooftop lounge invites entertaining with a fireplace, outdoor kitchen and hot tub.

Location: 1201 Cabrillo Ave., Venice, 90291

Asking price: $3.295 million

Year built: 2008

Architect: David Hertz

Interior designer: Chris Rossi Studio

Landscape architect: Jack Price Design

House size: 2,200 square feet, two bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 2,550 square feet

Features: Concrete slab and hardwood floors; vaulted ceiling; courtyard entry; open-plan living and dining rooms; galley-style kitchen; master suite with steam shower; second master suite

About the area: In December, 18 single-family homes sold in the 90291 ZIP Code at a median price of $1.605 million, according to CoreLogic. That was a 0.3% increase in median price compared with December 2014.

Agents: Anastasia Bowen, Teles Properties, (310) 994-3003

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A version of this article appeared in print on January 31, 2016, in the Business section of the Los Angeles Times with the headline "A little goes a long way in Venice - A minimalist design enables this two-story contemporary to stand out - HOME OF THE WEEK" — Today's paperToday's paper | Subscribe
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