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225 N Kenmore Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90004

  • PROPERTY BROCHURE
  • Square Feet Approximately 4,528 square feet
  • Lot Size Approximately 7,613 square feet
  • Property type: For Sale
  • Parking Six (6) spaces
  • Asking Price $1,350,000
  • Neighborhood Los Angeles

Property Description

Multifamily Property For Sale

BUILDING SIZE: Approximately 4,528 square feet
LOT SIZE: Approximately 7,613 square feet
APN #(s): 5518-017-022
PRICE: $1,350,000
PARKING: Six (6) spaces
YEAR BUILT: 1950
ZONING: LAR3
TYPE OF SALE: Investment
BUILDING MATERIALS: Wood frame, stucco, composition shingle roof

Two units are 2 bedroom; four units are 1 bedroom; all have one bathroom. One unit is vacant.

Two percent (2%) commission for selling broke

This 4,528 square foot multi-family home on a quiet tree-lined street, sits on a 7,613 square foot lot and features 10 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Nearby schools include Alexandria Avenue Elementary School, Frank Del Olmo Elementary School and Virgil Middle School. The closest grocery stores are El Latino Market, Mi Oaxaca Market and Korean Grocery Store Korea Town. Nearby coffee shops & restaurants include Le 42 Cafe, Urban Cate and Urban Cate COFFEE LOUNGE, Guatemalteca Bakery and Restaurant, Mar Azul and La Piramide Salvadoreña Restaurant. Also close by are Bimini Slough Ecology Park, Madison West Park and Shatto Recreation Center. There are some bike lanes and bike infrastructure as well.

As the name suggests, the atmosphere in Koreatown is heavily influenced by Korean culture, and it is a favorite destination among foodies city-wide for its endless selection of authentic Korean restaurants. But the community has a much more diverse character than that: The broad range of cultural influences is exemplified in landmarks like the synagogue/contemporary art gallery of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, the Latin fusion cuisine of Roy Choi’s restaurants, and the popular German/Korean/Hawaiian tinged gastropub, Biergarten. As one of the most popular sections of LA during Hollywood’s golden age, many historic buildings, bars, and restaurants have been preserved or restored to transport patrons to another time.

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