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Home of the Day: Reimagined live-work space in Venice
Home of the Day: Reimagined live-work space in Venice

This contemporary residence, with warming wood treatments and walls of glass, was originally designed as a minimalist artist’s retreat by architect David Hertz in the late 1980s. A floating glass staircase and a lounge with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace are among updates to the duplex, which includes a three-bedroom main house and a one-bedroom office/guest suite. Overlooking Carroll Canal, a rooftop deck invites entertaining with a fire pit and outdoor kitchen. Location: 214 S. Venice Blvd., Venice, 90291 Price: $3.099 million Year built: 1989 Architect: David Hertz House size: 3,284 square feet, four bedrooms, four bathrooms Lot size: 4,337 square feet Features:...

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