Charming Spanish Angelino Heights
Beautiful Spanish lower unit offers charm and original architectural details.
This spacious one-bedroom with original hardwoods and faux fireplace features large rooms, abundant closet space, arched doorways, charming built-ins, and a private enclosed veranda where you can sit with your morning coffee and enjoy the breeze.
A bonus pass-thru nook off the hallway offers space for a home office. In the bedroom, French doors lead to a private balcony with serene peekaboo views. Outside, a shared entertainer’s backyard overlooks the hills of one of the oldest neighborhoods in Los Angeles. This unit also comes with an in-unit laundry room with a stackable washer/dryer. Just a stone’s throw from Echo Park Lake. Nearby neighborhood favorites include Ostrich Farm, Trinity, Honey Hi, Echo Park Farmer’s Market, Guisados, Echoplex, Lassen’s Market, and more.
- 1128 W. Edgeware Rd.
- 1 BED/ 1 BATH
- SQUARE FEET: 720 SQ/FT
- LIST PRICE: $535,000
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The Rental Girl (therentalgirl.com) is a full service Real Estate brokerage specializing in residential leasing and sales. We have been serving renters and landlords since 2004. We work with thousands of Los Angeles renters each year, and many of these renters are qualified to buy, but can’t afford or find a home in a neighborhood they want to live. In 2016, a client of ours introduced us to TIC ownership and we saw immediately how many renters and entry level buyers in LA could benefit from a TIC market here. We met with Sterling Bank, who was working actively to pioneer a TIC market in LA, and other San Francisco vendors. And so began our research on TICs. Since then, we have helped bring many TIC units to the market, and we have many new TIC communities coming soon. With every new TIC building that hits the market, more renters, landlords and realtors are discovering TIC sales and the TIC movement is growing rapidly. We love to share our accumulated knowledge, and support our real estate colleagues, landlords and renters and the TIC community.