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Photos: Ohm, This Transcendent Venice Home For Sale Has 9 Magical Patios

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Searching for a new home can be stressful, but a new mystical pad may just offer you the peace of mind you seek.

If you happen to have $6.1 million to spare, there's a transcendent-looking house for sale in Venice that might help on your path to Nirvana (or provide you with a cool place to listen to Nirvana). Nestled just a block east of uber-hip Abbot Kinney, the enchanting retreat is listedas a "mystical oasis" and the "epitome of LA Venetian culture at its finest." It also includes nine separate themed patios for you to "discover." Ohmmmm, sign us up.

The Venetian oasis takes up a quarter-acre double lot—which includes two upgraded vintage homes—affording you plenty of room to spread out. One of the original homes is a 1911 Craftsman. Combined, they include 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, plenty of skylights, and, of course, top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances to make you the consummate host. But the real enchantment is happening outside.

Around the grounds of the compound you'll find the nine distinctive patios, each one offering a beautiful nook for entertaining or finding inner tranquility. There's one with a fire pit for serenely roasting s'mores, a large one perfect for hosting your own yoga class or barre class complete with mirrors, and a few with tables for dining—including what looks like a sweet, hibachi set-up. There's also a koi pond with a waterfall and a bridge for quiet mediation. And there's a rooftop retreat as well.

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You'll also find a small temple in the backyard as well as Indian-inspired arches and flourishes throughout the home both inside and out. There are also several fruit trees and an herb garden, so you can totally stick to that cleanse without leaving your backyard.

The last time this magical house was on the market it sold for $2.5 million, but it's received quite a few upgrades since then.