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Echo Park Condos

Furnished, Not Specified, Condo, Dog Ok, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood and Tile Floors, 1-car Gated Parking, pool, laundry on site, refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, balcony, **This is a furnished condo. One year lease preferred, short term lease may be negoitated. Available for move in after September 16th! Because this is a gated building, no open houses will be available. Please call to schedule a private viewing!** Located in trendy Echo Park, this charming furnished condo has tons to offer. Features include new light fixtures, wood floors, great storage space, exposed beams, community pool, and private balcony. Starting in the kitchen with a beautifully tiled kitchen bar, the open floor plan leads into the living area, perfect for entertaining. This condo is a readers paradise, boasting multiple bookshelves and a comfy chair equipped with a reading lamp. One bedroom is a perfect place for your guest, outfitted with a futon and tv stand. The master bedroom features a queen bed, end tables, and a sleek shelving unit. The balcony is accessible from the living room and both bedrooms. A picnic table and chairs are great for lounging and you w, Paid water & gardener, 750 sqft $2,895.00 , 4343 deposit,
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About Echo Park
Echo Park is a 2.4-square-mile section of Los Angeles in the Downtown area. It is sandwiched between Silver Lake and Elysian Park. As one of the most densely populated spots in Los Angeles County, Echo Park exhibits, predictably, a high percentage of renters among its residents. Its population is predominantly Latino, but is also moderately diverse.

In addition to the bars, nightclubs, and restaurants in the immediate vicinity, Echo Park inhabitants enjoy easy access to the commerce and culture of Los Feliz, Silver Lake, Downtown, and of course, Dodger Stadium; it is also a decent home base from which to commute across Los Angeles, with immediate access to the 5, 101, and 110 freeways. Because of its proximity to Downtown LA, access to the LA Metro hub there is also a perk of living in Echo Park. The typical pros and cons of living in a Downtown-adjacent area apply: traffic congestion and parking scarcity can be problematic, so plan accordingly.