Boardwalk Empire actress Gretchen Mol and filmmaker husband Tod Williams have just unloaded the quintessential Venice bungalow, a relatively modest Craftsman built in 1914. The Abbot Kinney-adajcent house sold for a couple hundred thousand dollars over asking, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Tucked in behind a large front gate, the 1,585-square-foot main house holds two bedrooms, each of which opens onto the rear yard. There are also two bathrooms, a dining room, and a sunroom, with built-ins dotting many of the public rooms.
The house’s kitchen is the most new-Venice part of the house, with luxurious carrarra marble counters and backsplash. The sunny little nook off the kitchen has built-in bench seating like an in-home diner.
Sharing the property is a guesthouse with an additional bedroom and bathroom.
Mol and Williams purchased their dreamy Venice digs in 2005 for $1.505 million. It sold for $1.91 million—about $215,000 over the dwelling’s $1.695 million list price.
- Actress Gretchen Mol parts ways with her 1914 Craftsman in Venice [LAT]
- 1690 Electric Ave., Venice, CA, 90291 [Compass]