Open Houses June 25 and 26

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Here’s a handful of potential future homes for you to check out in Venice this weekend, three houses and two apartments. If you’re not available for open houses during the time specified, contact the appropriate agent to set an appointment for a private showing.

For sale: 1315 Palms Blvd. The real estate agent says: There are two large separate houses on an almost 11,000 square foot lot. Both feature three bedrooms and three full bathrooms plus a large office/den with skylights throughout in high ceilings. There’s a fireplace and an attached two-car garage. Asking $1,399,000. The open house is Sunday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

For sale: 935 Indiana Ave.  The real estate agent says: This upgraded charming Venice two-bedroom  one-and-a-half bathroom home features and open floor plan, hardwood floors, recessed lighting frosted wood and glass doors high ceilings, a hip kitchen, a large landscaped yard and a two-car garage.  Asking $839,000. The open house is Saturday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. http://www.abbotkinneyrealestate.com/

For rent 1160 Palms Blvd. The landlord says: This unfurnished three bedroom house offered a shared yard with two friendly dogs. There are two single family houses on the lot. The one for rent is in the front. The landlord lives in the other. It’s within walking distance of Penmar Park, the golf course, tennis courts, Whole Foods Market and Abbot Kinney Blvd. Venice Beach is eight minutes away by bike. There is a total of 1,140 square feet of living space, with off street parking for one. The owner pays for a gardener. Utilities and garbage are not included. $3,200 a month. The open house is Sunday from 11 a.m. to noon.

For rent 408 South Venice Blvd The rental agent says: This amazing location is steps to the beach, library and the canals. This two-level, one-bedroom apartment has gated parking. The controlled-access building has a rooftop patio and laundry facilities. $1,350 a month. The open house is Sunday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.


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