$5.7M for This 'Hop, Skip, Ocean Dunk' Home - 2311 Ocean Front Walk

Each week, we feature one of Venice's priciest homes.

If you're looking for premier property on the California coast, then look no further than 2311 Ocean Front Walk in Venice. Listed at $5.595 million on Aol Real Estate, this 3,537-square-foot, three-bedroom single-family home is a hop, skip and a dunk from the frothy break of Venice Beach.

Situated near the Los Angeles County Fire Department's Venice lifeguard headquarters, you can help watch for wayward swimmers from your third-story, open-air roof top deck. Entertain guests without having to worry about parking because this home can accommodate up to six cars in it's massive garage.

A wall of glass faces the ocean horizon, allowing the stunning view to be taken in from each westward-facing room. 

The California modern home was designed by world-renowned and Los Angeles-local architect Steve Ehrlich in 1989.

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