Defying Convention at 232 Carroll Canal

A striking brownstone-inspired structure composed of light brick cladding and steel-frame windows to capture the sunlight reflecting off of the aquatic waterways, replete with bright and airy interiors boasting a breathtaking mix of modern features and timeless details.

232 Carroll Canal a Stylish Retreat that Fully Embraces Venice Beach Living, Complete With a Prime Setting on the Picturesque Canals

When Christian Salceda of Silicon Bay Development set out to create this three-story dream home nestled alongside L.A.’s famed Venice Canals, he wanted to make sure it stood out from the neighborhood’s surrounding bungalows. The outcome?

“Its stunning architecture is eye-catching to anyone walking by,” says Fred Dapp, who is listing the property with James Harris and David Parnes, all of The Agency, for $5.995 million.

“Having a newly constructed home in such a historic neighborhood lets you enjoy all of the new modern amenities of today, while keeping with the romantic feeling of the Venice Canals.”

Found at 232 Carroll Canal—on a 2,848-square-foot lot, just minutes from the stylish shops of Abbot Kinney, popular restaurants and the beach—the contemporary five-bedroom, five-bath residence completed in 2016 includes 3,780 square feet of living space featuring ultra-luxe touches, including stunning views via walls of glass doors.

Among the highlights is a sleek chef’s kitchen outfitted with an oversized marble-clad island that opens to a living room with cozy gas fireplace that provides seamless access to a gated, ground-level terrace, as well as a primary suite featuring a spacious dressing room, and an expansive bath sporting a soaking tub and steam shower.

Taking the staircase or elevator to the rooftop reveals a duo of large deck spaces with barbecue hookups and a backdrop of the winding canals. And adding to this home’s allure is a theater; gym with dry sauna; dedicated dog run; two-car garage; and immediate access to the canal’s shore, where there’s a private dock with ample space to park a canoe and explore the neighborhood’s most distinct amenity—picture-perfect canals in the heart of Venice.

“The amount of entertaining spaces is incredible,” says David Parnes. “With a two-level rooftop deck, you can entertain, host events and even enjoy the sunset by the fire pit every night.” Adds Harris: “It’s by far the best offering this area has seen.”

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James Harris | 424.400.5915 | DRE 01909801
David Parnes | 424.400.5916 | DRE 01905862
Fred Dapp | 424.400.5911 | DRE 02048450
The Agency

List Price: $5.995 million

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