In Escrow – 04.19.2012

2203 N. Beachwood Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90068

Asking Price: $529,000

Two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms in 1,200sq.ft

Walter C. King, Architect. The Chateau Beachwood, 1937. Purportedly built by Warner Brothers to house female starlets, Chateau Beachwood has a rich Hollywood history, with past residents including Greta Garbo and Marilyn Monroe. Converted to condominiums in 1989, the building features 10 units that boast decorative character elements including strip-oak flooring, magnesite stairways, “wedding-cake” relief plaster, and wood casement windows. 2203 Beachwood’s corner influence provides for substantial natural light and includes two spacious bedrooms, original master bathroom, powder room, living room, dining area, and kitchen with adjacent laundry room.

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This town home was my most recent ‘Hot Property of the Week’ and for those of you who personally know me, you’ll know that if I like something I don’t just sit back and wait for things to happen. I reached out to a couple of clients of mine, one of whom wasn’t even interested in looking at condos or town homes, and as soon as she joined me at the Broker’s Open House, she fell in love. It is properties like these that prove if you have something unique in this market, and it’s priced right, you’ll sell it fast. This condo was the best deal on the market I’ve seen in a good 6 months.

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Listing courtesy of Keller Williams

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