Chippendalish Cottage on 324 2008

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Circa 19TK

It seems even Philip Johnson drew inspiration from the modest cottages of Venice.

Rialto
Venice, California

Pink Aqua Cottage on 324 2008

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Circa 19TK

This simple, long and low cottage, once so common in Venice, is a gradually (some might say rapidly) dying breed as more and more owners and builders seek to maximize square footage on the community’s small lots.

San Juan
Venice, California

Dwarfed Cottage on 3128 2008

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This old cottage could almost fit in the living rooms of the houses on either side. Size isn’t everything.

Ocean Ave
Venice, California

Walk Street Cottage on 3023 2008

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Beautiful clapboard cottage.

Walk streets
Venice, California

Hidden Cottage on 2915 2008

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Venice, California

Domed Roof House on 2915 2008

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Circa 1907

This domed roof, clapboard house is said to be one of the oldest homes in Venice. It can be seen in postcards dating back a century.

Venice, California

The Mosaic House on 2813 2008

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Artist/owners are Cheri Pann and Gonzalo Duran.
Venice, California

Antler House on 2812 2008

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Venice, California

Stone Wood Cottage on 2812 2008

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Venice, California

White Beach House on 2812 2008

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Circa 1901

The owner’s research and city records indicate this house, built in the earliest days of Venice of America (six years before the canals were dredged and filled with water), was originally a duplex. Subsequently subdivided into four apartments, it’s been restored to a duplex. The house’s original exterior is believed to have been redwood siding and shingles. Its ground floor front rooms were a sun porch through which a central staircase was accessed.

25th Ave
Venice, California

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