Night view
From the wood and stone palette to the indoor/outdoor living, this Stephen Ehrlich custom designed oasis reflects the beauty of living in the heart of Grand Canal. The fully renovated 3,059 square foot home that was built in 2002 is situated on the premiere Southwest corner of Grand and Howland Canals.
 
outdoor

Outdoor patio area overlooks canals.

The home offers hardwood flooring and stone throughout with natural light. The three bedroom and two and a half bath plus loft or office/den is made for entertaining and taking advantage of being inside our outdoors.  Large panes of triple sliding doors with Hunter Douglas electronic multi layer drapes open to a patio with fire pit and seating area along the water. After a day at the beach-- or just a walk near the ocean, an outdoor shower makes rinsing off convenient.
 
indoors

Immediately inside, the living room boasts towering ceilings and a warm and inviting wood burning fireplace that shares the great space with cook's kitchen and dining and patio area.

 
Immediately inside, the living room boasts towering ceilings and a warm and inviting wood burning fireplace that shares the great space with cook's kitchen and dining and patio area. The entire downstairs flooring is heated for chilly winter nights.  The second level encompasses an open and sunny loft area that can be used as a sitting room or den/office, as well as two guest bedrooms and a full bath. The third level is inhabited entirely by the master suite with spacious bath, walk-in closet and two separate patio decks that deliver exceptional views.
 
patio

The third level is inhabited entirely by the master suite with spacious bath, walk-in closet and 2 separate patio decks that deliver exceptional views.

 
Low allergy construction, filtered water system, solar panels and a two car garage with direct access and room for two cars in driveway.
 
outside of home

Spectacular and sleek three story custom home with views on the well-known and one of a kind canals of Venice. 

 
A star in its own right, the home was used as a location for the show Californication.  The location is considered the center of Grand Canal and is often mentioned when the Canals are written about.
 
For more information, contact  Karen Boudreau