Per Variety, Ray Romano just paid $2.1 million for a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom, ranch-style home in Venice, California. And if the listing images are any indication, the light-filled home is worth every penny.
From its open floor plan to the whitewashed interiors accented with natural materials, the “modern farmhouse” home exemplifies signature California style. Recently renovated, the 1,863-square-foot home comes ready with new appliances—the ultra modern kitchen is particularly stunning—and brand new doors and windows. Shiplap detailing and wide-plank hardwood floors finish off the contemporary—yet beachy—vibe.
The kitchen overlooks the main seating area, which sits on a blue and white rug to differentiate itself from the rest of the space. The nook includes decor details like soft lanterns and a rustic, distressed-looking mirror, which both contribute to the cozy feel of the “room.”
The “modern” part of modern farmhouse plays out in the details: Subway tiles elevate otherwise simple bathroom decor, and contemporary lighting runs throughout the home. But there’s an almost rustic feel to the residence that balances it all out, chiefly via the farmhouse-style wood furniture.
Outside, a large deck offers plenty of space for entertaining and enjoying the sunny California weather. It opens into a manicured, grassy lawn, and connects to the master bedroom via large French doors—perfect for the ultimate outdoor gathering.