Maintenance free condo living doesn’t mean you have to give up privacy, quiet, or charm – and this 1930s Hollywood charmer proves it. Designed by the famed architect Walter C. King, this townhouse unit offers roughly 1,200 square feet of 1930’s beauty and period details, combined with many of the conveniences of today.
One of just ten residences at this Los Angeles address, it was reportedly built to house a number of female starlets throughout the years – including Greta Garbo and Marilyn Monroe. Just some of the many features you’ll find here in this two bedroom town home include oak flooring, built-in shelves, French doors, and even a magnesite staircase. The kitchen comes complete with ample cabinet space and newer stainless steel appliances.
Outdoors you will find a beautifully landscaped yard – and proximity to a number of popular SoCa venues like Beachwood Village and Griffith Park. There is also one garage spot that comes with this unit.
Located at 2203 North Beachwood Drive – literally in the shadow of the famed Hollywood sign – this one of a kind condo unit is currently listed for sale at $895K (with homeowners association fees of $400 per month). Private tours can be arranged for interested purchasers.