So rarely does an opportunity come along that makes total sense. This character property consists of 3 income producing units. The front duplex was originally built in 1905. One side is a 4 bedroom, 2 bath on two levels and the other side is a 2 bedroom, 1 bath on a single level. The bungalow at the back of the property came in 1922 and consists of 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Original detail is abundant throughout all the units. Features include; open beam ceilings, wood floors, pocket doors, wood windows & doors, claw foot tubs, decorative fireplaces, subway tile, O'Keefe & Merritt stoves and so much more. The structures are situated on just over 15,000 SF of flat land. Potential exists to add 4 more units for a total of 7 income producing units. The location is superb, just blocks from everything on Figueroa, the Gold Line station, the HP Farmers Market and an abundance of great food, coffee & cocktails. Also nearby is bustling York Blvd & the Arroyo Dog Park. Do not disturb occupants!
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Catching the wave of hipster living that spread from Los Feliz and Silver Lake, Highland Park offers hip, urban style with a touch of history that comes from being one of the older neighborhoods in Los Angeles.
Real Estate: Highland Park is fuller of older homes including both single-family and multi-family residences for sale. Craftsman and bungalow homes as well as Spanish-style homes are popular here. Apartments and townhouses are also for sale in the area and some newer developments with lofts and condos are being built.
Community Life: Highland Park is hipster paradise with trendy restaurants, art galleries, and shops clustered along York Boulevard. A monthly Art Walk brings out local residents. York Park is a recently created urban park with a rattlesnake slide and outdoor xylophone. The Old L.A. Certified Farmer’s Market is open on Tuesday afternoons.
Education: Highland Park is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District including Aldama Elementary, Buchanan Street Elementary, San Pascual Elementary, Luther Burbank Middle School, and Benjamin Franklin Senior High. Local private schools include Good Shepherd Christian and St. Ignatius of Loyola Elementary.
Transportation: Highland Park is easily reached by the 110 Freeway. The Metro Gold Line has a Highland Park station and there are several bus lines which run along Figueroa Street.
Local Attractions: Heritage Square Museum is a unique collection of Victorian homes that can be toured. Galco’s Soda Pop Stop is famed in the area as one of the oldest local businesses. The Highland Park Police Station on York Boulevard is the oldest surviving police station in Los Angeles. It is now operated as the Los Angeles Police Museum and has appeared in countless television shows and films.
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