Tucked in the Windward Circle neighborhood and just minutes from Venice Beach, the property consists of a main residence, as well as a duplex guesthouse––totaling three bedrooms and thee-and-a-half bathrooms––on a 5,102-square-foot lot.
Designed by architect, Frederick Fisher, with interiors by designer Tom Stringer, the 2003-built main residence, consisting of 4,930 square feet of living space, is offered individually for $10.95 million.
Hand-carved teak doors, imported from Thailand, open up from the salon to the in-home theater.
Through the master bedroom, a stone tub is an enticing feature in the master bathroom.
A fenced courtyard is located off the entryway, while there is another, more central courtyard, with newly-set pavers and overhanging magnolia trees.
Offered for $2 million, the guesthouse spans 694 square feet.
A two-car garage is attached to the main house.
The owner is the great-grandson of William Wrigley Jr., founder of the 1891-established chewing gum empire. In 2008, Wrigley was sold to Mars for $23 billiion.
“This exquisite home is a design dream and is perfectly poised for entertaining off the coast of Venice,” says, co-listing agent Aaron Kirman of Aaroe Estates. “Along Silicon Beach, the energy makes for a unique intersection of urban and relaxing oasis, a unique combination and one I’m proud to represent.”
Ashley Wolf also represents the property.
Images courtesy of Matthew Momberger