Airy Venice House in Peaceful Neighborhood

Enjoy life in Venice's quietest neighborhood. This 1922 house is full of light and sun in every room. The 1,000-square foot home retains much of the vintage charm, with original hardwood floors and built-ins, but had a major remodel by artist Simon Maltby (http principessavenice.com/blog/simon-maltby/) that turns it into an open floor plan with high, beamed ceilings and customized wooden built-ins. The entire house is completely private, surrounded by a custom wooden fence and landscaping. The kitchen, with stainless steel stove, refrigerator and dishwasher, offers wooden counters and stainless steel sink. It flows into the dining room and its 10-foot dining room table, which connects to the living room. The living room offers a custom entertainment built-in for TV and books, and a metal Danish fireplace that can swivel to point to the dining room table or living room. Outdoor deck contains a rack for firewood. Both bedrooms are spacious and feature large closets and private patios as well as French doors and windows. The hallway connecting them contains a washer/dryer and laundry cabinets. The bathroom is one of the most special rooms in the house, featuring a private indoor/outdoor shower, claw-foot tub, chandelier and many built-ins. The drought tolerant garden, designed by Venetian Paradise (www.venetianparadise.com) and on the prestigious Venice Garden Tour for several years, features exotic cacti and succulents as well as a palapa (palm frond covered open structure) for yoga, naps and chilling out. Spacious wooden deck with zero gravity chairs and a patio with brand new BBQ and picnic table. Landlord, a quiet writer, lives on site, in a separate structure on the nearly 6,000 square foot property. Plentiful street parking

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Debra Kaufman

Member since November 2017