Bobby Murphy, one of the founders of Snapchat, a photo messaging application, has recently put down $2.1 million for an ultramodern home in Venice Beach, reports the Huffington Post. The home was fused together by architect Larry Scarpa and artist Randy West.
Snapchat Co-Founder Plonks Down $2.1M For Venice Beach Home
The ultramodern home stretches three stories and spans 2,250 square feet.
Published at 10:38 AM PST on Dec 12, 2013 | Updated at 11:38 AM PST on Dec 12, 2013
The concrete, glass, and steel structure stretches three stories and spans 2,250 square feet. The first floor features a bedroom suite and retractable glass sliders that merge indoor and outdoor living spaces. On the second floor, there's an industrial kitchen with stainless JenAir appliances, custom cabinetry, and a barbecue balcony.
One of the two bedrooms is a master suite with one of the home's three bathrooms. It features a walk-in closet, spa-like bath and oak hardwood flooring, and a private balcony accessible via sliding glass doors. A rooftop deck offers mountain and ocean views.
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