Home of the Day: Loft living in Venice’s trendy Windward Circle

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By Bonnie McCarthy

The loft-like living space of this home in Venice’s Winward Circle features two-story ceilings and elevated windows that welcome natural light without sacrificing privacy.

A modern aesthetic is achieved via concrete walls, contemporary railings and a cast iron fireplace that serves as a focal point. As a bonus, a large flexible living space on the second floor boasts a private entrance and the opportunity to design a uniquely personal home office, gallery or retreat.

Address: 216 Grand Blvd., Venice 90291

Price: $2.999 million

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Features: Gated entry; open floor plan; gourmet kitchen; stained maple flooring; exposed steel beams; cast iron fireplace; concrete walls; master suite with fireplace and walk-in closet; bonus space with separate entry for office, gallery or media room; roof deck with views of Venice and Santa Monica mountains

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90291 ZIP Code in May was $1.824 million based on 18 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 25.1% increase in median price compared with the previous year’s.

Built: 1991

Lot size: 2,249 square feet

House size: 4,104 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms

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