1442 West 27th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007

$1,300,000 Approx. USD 12 beds, 4 baths
4,050 sqft

Agent Remarks

We are pleased to present for sale a 4 unit apartment community situated in the University Park submarket. Conveniently located south of Adams Boulevard and just west of Vermont Avenue, the property is walking distance to the University of Southern California campus and The Village, a $650-million housing, retail development project.The subject property features a highly desirable mix of two three-bedroom/one-bath units and two three-bedroom/two-bath units. The property has on-site parking with a total of 8 spaces and is individually metered for gas and electric. The property is constructed of wood frame and stucco and is situated on a 7,000 square foot parcel. Due to its 1945 construction, the property is subject to Los Angeles rent control statutes.Given the property's unique layout and floor plans, 1442 West 27th Street offers an investor the opportunity to acquire a well maintained asset in a strong rental market with realistic value-add potential.

Listing Details

Property type: (Multi-Family)
Status: Pending
MLS# 16-151160
List price is $1,300,000
Beds: 12
Baths: 4
Built in 1945
4,050 sqft
2 Story stories
County: Los Angeles
Zoning: LARD1.5
Parking type: Parking Space
Interior features: Other
Heating description: Other
MLS area: Mid Los Angeles (C16)

Last Updated: 9/30/2016

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Broker: Courtesy of Marcus & Millichap
Listing Agent: Sean Rosenzweig

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