Home of the Day: Casa sweet casa in Venice

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By Bonnie McCarthy

Original vintage details customize this Spanish-style charmer on a tree-lined street in the upscale, bohemian enclave of Venice. A red-tile roof, coved plaster ceilings and gracefully arched front windows and entryways lend authenticity and character to a gently updated home with a private garden patio and converted garage.

Address: 1090 Superba Ave., Venice, 90291

Price: $1.595 million

Built: 1926

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House size: 1,460 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

Features: original arched windows, coved ceilings, decorative fireplace, original built-in cabinetry, renovated kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, breakfast nook, central air conditioning, hardwood floors, laundry room, converted garage

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90291 ZIP Code in February was $1.575 million, based on 16 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 10% decrease in median price compared with February 2015.

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