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1014 South Norton Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90019

$3,388,000 Approx. USD 0 beds, 24 baths
8,732 sqft

Agent Remarks

1014 S. Norton Ave. is a beautiful, 24-unit 1940s American Colonial Revival building with original details throughout. Originally intended as an extended-stay hotel, 1014 S. Norton Ave. now accommodates 24 Bachelor apartments (7 of which can be delivered vacant), and retains much of its 40' s character. The property features a spacious front yard accented by tasteful landscaping, wooden columns located at the front entrance, as well as charming, original wooden window shutters. The building is located in the historic Country Club Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, with a Walkscore of 77, and is a short walk to mass transit options. This asset is the ideal investment opportunity for investors looking to purchase a property in a high-demand/strong rental market with considerable rental upside potential.

Listing Details

Property type: (Multi-Family)
Status: Active
MLS# 16-164776
List price is $3,388,000 Reduced by $162,000 on 10/27/2016
Beds: 0
Baths: 24
Built in 1947
8,732 sqft
2 Story stories
County: Los Angeles
Property style: Colonial
Zoning: LAR3
Parking type: None
Interior features: Basement - Partial
Exterior features: Stucco
Appliances: Refrigerator
Heating description: Wall Gas
MLS area: Mid-Wilshire (C17)

Last Updated: 11/1/2016

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The style of this listing is Colonial.
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Lat/Long: 34.053226, -118.320564.
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Broker: Courtesy of Keller Williams Realty Los Feliz
Listing Agent: Matthew R. Kanner

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