Home of the Week: The hanging gardens of Venice
The multilevel house, 2015, was designed by local eco-conscious homebuilder Jason Teague as his personal family residence.
Eco-conscious home builder Jason Teague left his mark when building a family residence in the Oxford Triangle area of Venice for himself. From the street, the two-tone contemporary draws the eyes upward with an impressive vertical garden that rises above the roofline. Inside, textured tiles give definition to a two-story wall that splits the bedrooms from the common areas.
Location: 3113 Yale Ave., Venice, 90292
Asking price: $3.495 million
Year built: 2015
Living area: 3,071 square feet, four bedrooms, five bathrooms
Lot size: 4,017 square feet
Features: Floor-to-ceiling windows; textured wall tiles; tiger wood and polished concrete floors; skylight-topped entry; open-plan living room; center-island kitchen; rooftop patio; outdoor spa; decking
About the area: In the 90292 ZIP Code, based on seven sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in August was $2.186 million, a 4.0% decrease compared with the same month last year, according to CoreLogic.
Agents: Sean McNulty and Brittany DeBeikes, Douglas Elliman, (310) 975-3870
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