Wearing the facade of a 1910 California bungalow, the Broadway House is proof that first impressions can be deceiving. Designed by Walker Workshop’s Noah Walker, the architect behind the impressive Oak Pass House, this 3,812-square-foot home located in the heart of Venice Beach integrates the front of the original craftsman with contemporary architecture that is a mix of sleek angles, warm wood accents, and lots of glass.
A soaring, double-height ceiling accommodates an airy great room and a loft-like, second-story sitting room in this four-bed, four-and-a-half-bath residence. Expansive glazing, light wood flooring and millwork, and open spaces that move fluidly from indoors to out keep the Broadway House feeling both fresh and serene. Listing agent Mick Partridge sums it up: "Noah was able to maximize the space effortlessly by capturing a seamless, indoor/outdoor flow that speaks to the quintessential California lifestyle."
665 Broadway Street, Venice, is currently listed for $4,640,000 by Mick Partridge of Hyland and Hyland and Justin Alexander of Compass.
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