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Trend: Venice Beach Homes Now Selling for More Per Square Foot Than Bel Air or Beverly Hills

While homes in Bel Air and Beverly Hills may garner the highest price tags in the Los Angeles area, it turns out that the comparatively sleepy Venice Beach is making headlines of its own.

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Kim Gordon Brings Resort Living Home To Venice, $5M

Venice designer Kim Gordon’s latest project came to market last week, a spectacular 5-bed, 5-bath home that could be your year-round private resort villa.

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Home Designer And Builder Kim Gordon’s Unconventional Path To Success

Kim sat down with Forbes to talk about taking the Southern California housing market by storm.

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Como en un Hotel de Lujo

En Los Ángeles los espacios exteriores de una casa son tan importantes como los interiores (incluso más). Con esta impresionante casa la diseñadora Kim Gordon honra de sobra este principio.

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Tropical Paradise

It’s got attitude and soul. And in all its spaces, from the inside to the outside, our astonishment is constant and our thought is just this: it’s the perfect home…

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Interior Diviner

And while her style varies from home to home – some feel more like a modern take on a Belgian farmhouse, while others are more evocative of Big Sur by way of SoCal beach – the through-lines are consistent: soaring, steel-framed glass walls, total indoor/outdoor integration, and no shortage of drama.

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The History Hidden in the Walls

Every building carries history within its walls, ceilings, floors and foundations. The very wood, plaster and stone can contain powerful secrets, even talismans, some of which were placed there for future inhabitants to find — a thread linking past and future.

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A Light-Filled Venice Home With European Sensibility

The house is truly unlike anything we’ve seen with an unexpected style that blends surprise touches with inviting, family friendly finishes and hang-out areas.

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Interscope Records exec gets $3.1M profit on Venice home, plans Beverly Hills move

If you need a sign that Venice has changed, look no further. In 2012, designer/developer Kim Gordon sold a home she developed on Nowita Place to Interscope Records executive Neil Jacobson for $3 million. Four years later, he sold it for $6.1 million

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Music exec Neil Jacobson sells in Venice, sets sights on Beverly Hills

Jacobson and his wife decided to list the home, designed by Venice-based homebuilder Kim Gordon, only after Gordon agreed to design another house for the couple.

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