2631 Kenwood Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90007

$815,000 Approx. USD 4 beds, 2 baths
3,884 sqft

Agent Remarks

Victorian-style beauty, located in what was once known as Los Angeles most prestigious neighborhoods, West Adams-Normandie District. This classically inspired American Foursquare style home possesses Historic integrity reflecting its character at that time. The possibilities are endless here, perfect for a large family or investors as this home has potential for strong rental income. Location is everything, USC is a bicycle ride away, and a massive project is underway and will be complete in the next few years- The Village at USC. The home itself has a spacious floor plan that includes 3 fireplaces, original detail, woodwork, and light fixtures. Amazing wood grand staircase in front with a back service stair case to the kitchen. It also includes a one bedroom guest house for extra income. Home is currently being used as a film location for the hit show NCIS.

Listing Details

Property type: Single Family (Single Family)
Status: Backup Offer
MLS# 16-975167
List price is $815,000 Reduced by $40,000 on 8/25/2016
Beds: 4
Baths: 2 (2 full)
Built in 1905
3,884 sqft
2 Story stories
County: Los Angeles
Property style: Victorian
Zoning: LAR2
Parking type: Garage - Single Door (N)
Interior features: Other
Heating description: Forced Air
MLS area: Mid Los Angeles (C16)

Last Updated: 11/22/2016

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The style of this listing is Victorian.
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Lat/Long: 34.031730, -118.299450.
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Broker: Courtesy of Century 21 Select
Listing Agent: Ronald Escobar
Co Listing Agent: Susana Salcido

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