6 open houses to check out this weekend in Venice

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Welcome to another edition of our weekly series rounding up open houses to check out over the weekend, because who doesn’t love a little real estate gawking? This week’s installment shines the spotlight on six listings in Venice.


Courtesy of Kerry Ann Sullivan/Halton Pardee + Partners

Where:854-856 Nowita Place, Venice

When: 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday October 6

Located on one of Venice’s walk streets, this compound property contains a four-bedroom Craftsman main home plus a 500-square-foot guest cottage. Features of the main residence include hardwood floors, wood-frame windows, French doors, a decorative stone-facade fireplace, and a roomy covered porch, while the one-bedroom guest unit has hardwood floors, casement windows, a full-sized galley kitchen, and full bathroom with clawfoot tub. The property is listed with Kerry Ann Sullivan of Halton Pardee and Partners at an asking price of $4.99 million.


Courtesy of Sean McNulty and Brittany DeBeikes/Douglas Elliman

Where:3113 Yale Ave, Venice, 90292

When: 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday October 6

Located in the Oxford Triangle, this vertically inclined residence contains four bedrooms and five baths within its 3,071 square feet. Features include walnut cabinetry, quartz countertops, tiger wood and concrete floors, a personal exercise pool, and herb garden. It also offers 800 square feet of outdoor garden dining and entertaining space on its roof deck. It’s listed with Sean McNulty and Brittany DeBeikes of Douglas Elliman at an asking price of $3.49 million.


Courtesy of Justin Alexander and Mick Partridge

Where:665 Broadway St., Venice 90291

When: 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday October 6

Featured in Architectural Digest and *Wallpaper, this four-bedroom abode was converted from a rustic 1910 bungalow into a sleek modern by architect Noah Walker. Features include a central courtyard, massive walls of glass, built-ins, and a game room. Asking price is $4.98 million, and Justin Alexander of Compass and Mick Partridge of Hilton & Hyland share the listing.


Courtesy of Kerry Ann Sullivan/Halton Pardee + Partners

Where:700 Main Street, #3 Venice 90291

When: 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday October 6

Located in Main Street’s Dogtown Station live/work condo complex, this two-story loft contains two bedrooms and two baths within 1,823 square feet. Features include 18-foot ceilings, concrete floors, a kitchen custom-designed by celebrity chef Michael Symon, sliding glass doors, a 300-square-foot patio, and tandem parking for two cars. It’s listed with Kerry Ann Sullivan of Halton Pardee and Partners at an asking price of $1.595 million, plus monthly HOA fees of $567.


Courtesy of Tami Halton Pardee

Where:447 Linnie Canal, Venice 90291

When: 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday October 6

Completed in 2019, this three-story contemporary on a canal street was designed by the local firm of J. Staff Architect. The luxury dwelling has four bedrooms and four and a half baths in 3,100 square feet of open-plan living space. Notable features include 11-foot ceilings, natural stone floors, a stainless steel elevator, a smart home automation system, oak cabinetry, and sliding glass walls that opening to a spacious deck overlooking the canal. It’s listed with Tami Halton Pardee of Halton Pardee and Partners at an asking price of $5.95 million.


Courtesy of Tracey Becker/Compass

Where:754 Marco Place, Venice 90291

When: 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday October 6

This two-story shingled residence is located in the heart of Venice’s walk streets. The first project designed by notable Venice architect Payson Denney, it was completed in 1921. While the three-bedroom, two-bath home has been substantially updated, it still retains some original features, including a wood burning fireplace, hardwood floors, and built-ins. The property also features a detached rec room and converted garage, now being used as an office. It’s listed with Tracey Becker of Compass at an asking price of $2.45 million.

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