ICM Partners exec Carol Goll seeks a buyer for her breezy spot in Venice

ICM Partners executive Carol Goll is moving on from her newly constructed Venice home designed by noted architect Robert Thibodeau, listing the four-bedroom home for $4.19 million.

The modern three-story house sits on a small plot near Windward Circle. Through the entrance, wood-beamed ceilings are juxtaposed against the polished concrete floors, leading to an open kitchen and dining area with white countertops.


Stairs lead up to the second floor, which holds three bedrooms and a family room.

The third floor, accessed by floating stairs, is comprised entirely of the master suite, which features raised and undulated wood ceilings. A sliding wall of glass leads out to a large patio area overlooking Venice, and marble walls outfit the bathroom, which has an oversized Jacuzzi tub and steam shower.

Other amenities include a dual closet and a spacious rooftop deck with 360-degree views. In addition, the home is equipped with Control4 home automation, allowing residents to control lights, locks and other features with a smartphone.

Goll bought the property in 2015 for $3.2 million, according to public records.

Zach Goldsmith of Hilton & Hyland holds the listing.

Goll was an executive at Mercedes-Benz for more than a decade before joining ICM Partners in 2008. As the head of global branded entertainment for the literary and talent agency, she’s been recognized by Advertising Age and Billboard as a top entertainment marketer for brands.

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