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Marina del Rey,Los Angeles County,California Los Angeles California United States
- CheckIn: 15:00
- CheckOut: 11:00
- Security Deposit: $1000
- Cleaning Fee: $100
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Max No. Of Guests: 6
- PropertySize: 222/Sm
Feel the sea breezes in this complex extravagance Venice Beach contemporary. Minutes from the strand and the helpful shopping of in vogue Abbot Kinney—considered "the coolest shopping road in America" by GQ Magazine- - the house is a study in a la mode separation. Planned by universally praised designer Steve Ehrlich, as included in numerous magazine and books, the house offers the best of California indoor/outside living. Made out of hand-troweled ocher and blazed sienna stucco, the house is a cubist model, with bended weathered copper strips serving as a counterpoint to its rectilinear shapes. The lavish open air zones, including the lap pool, porches, and eating structure, have been formed by noted "Green" scene creator Jay Griffith. The impact is of a Mediterranean heaven, cooled with a liberal utilization of Idaho slate.
Inside the house, monstrous French entryways prompting the greenhouse and 12-foot roofs pass on a moment feeling of space like openness. Warmed by maple floors and loaded with custom furniture, the 2400 sq. ft. home is ideal for engrossing or simply unwinding. The home develops on three levels (unsatisfactory for little children). On the first is the family room, moored by a novel stucco chimney, the business kitchen (Subzero, 5-Star Range, hand-sharpened rock) and the lounge area and additionally two visitor rooms imparting an European glass-tiled washroom to limestone floors and sauna. A diversion focus (TV, sound framework, DVD library) and clothing office involve the second level, where French entryways open to slate decks, front and back, watching out on the patio nurseries. The third level is given to a roomy expert suite with chimney, and spa-like washroom, as highlighted in "The Bathroom Book."
The area is awesome. The shoreline and popular Venice Boardwalk are a 15-moment walk away. Just as close are the shops, eateries and displays of Abbot Kinney. A short push or bicycle ride away (two shoreline cruisers gave) are every one of the attractions of Santa Monica (Main Street, the well known Pier and Third Street Promenade, with its unlimited open doors for shopping, eating, and stimulation). Ask and we can give more points of interest on the different Farmer's Markets, gourmet sustenance trucks, unrecorded music, social occasions, surf and oar board camps, and the numerous other energizing exercises that make life in Southern California so unique.