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Atwater Village Condos



Unfurnished, Upper, Condo, No pets, 2 bedrooms, 1 Bath, One year minimum lease, Hardwood Floors, 1-car Private Garage, refrigerator, stove, washer and dryer in unit, Back on the Market! Peaceful Rental Retreat in Los Feliz/Atwater Village area near Griffith Park conveniently close to all shopping, hip restaurants, and parks. Use the bike path and be over to nearby Griffith Park in just a few minutes. Just west of Costco and easy access to 5 Freeway to get to downtown LA. Step back in time to rent this classic 2 bedroom, 1 bath Condo on the Top floor of a 2 story, 4 unit court yard building. This is a Quiet Corner unit with Hardwood Floors. Formal Dining room with French door opens into the retro kitchen. Crown moldings enhance the charm. Large windows provide nice cross breezes and light. Ceiling fans in the bedrooms. Private Laundry room in your own unit with Brand new Washer & Dryer included. New stove. Plenty of storage in the unit plus park your car in a real garage. Owner prefers longer term lease. Once you see it, you'll like it! Sorry no pets. Owner wants 18 month minimum lease or longer term tenant., Paid water & trash & gardener & association fees, 980 sqft $2,200.00, 2500 deposit,
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About Atwater Village
Atwater Village lies just east of Griffith Park and Los Feliz. It runs north to the Route 134/5 freeway junction and south to the 5 freeway/Route 2 junction. Atwater Village is named for its proximity to the Los Angeles River flood plain, and while the LA River is not generally known for its natural beauty, this particular stretch of it is notably scenic.

If you prefer green in-city spaces, or at the very least, neighborhoods that give you quick and easy access to nature, Atwater Village might be right for you; Forest Lawn Memorial Park and the Glassell Park Recreation Center also fall within its territory. Culturally, the area has a bit of an old town feel, as many of its pre-1940's structures have been preserved. In addition to the previously mentioned freeway junctions, the 110 and 101 are each just a few miles south, so residents are well connected to the rest of Los Angeles and can often circumvent traffic with some creative maneuvering.
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