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West Toluca Lake Condos

Unfurnished, Upper Rear, Condo, Dog Ok, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood Floors, 2-car Parking Included, pool, quiet neighborhood , refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, balcony, patio, air conditioner, central air, central heat, fireplace, washer and dryer in unit, Available Sept 1! Newly remodeled modern/rustic loft style condo in West Toluca Lake! This unit which features new blended grey flooring and new stainless steel appliances is on the penthouse level in a quiet 20 unit condominium. Be the first to enjoy brand new amenities! Other unit features include: Second floor/loft office space, Private rooftop patio and first floor balcony, Washer/dryer in unit, Custom bedroom closet, Central Air, Lots of natural light throughout, Side by side parking (2 spaces), Pool, Will consider well-behaved small pets (max 2) with pet deposit Will consider 6 month lease at $2475/mo Located near the studios and boarding cities: Burbank, Studio City, Hollywood, North Hollywood, Sherman Oaks. Showings by agent for serious inquiries only. Standard proof of income/credit /background check/security deposit required. Due to high volume of interest currently not accepting calls. Please email if interested! Thank you!! Pet deposit $500, Paid water & trash, 900 sqft $2,250.00 , 2250 deposit,
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About West Toluca Lake
West Toluca Lake is a sliver of land in the San Fernando Valley Region of Los Angeles. Its borders are Vineland Ave. in the east, Riverside Dr. in the west, and Camarillo Street in the north. As one might expect, it lies west of of Toluca Lake, and the two districts share many characteristics, including close proximity to green spaces—North Hollywood Park, South Weddington Park, the Santa Monica Mountains—and strong freeway access—to the 101 and 134, specifically.

The best local commerce and culture for West Toluca Lake Residents lies just to the north in the North Hollywood Arts District. This area boasts old-timey movie theaters, shops, cafes, and galleries. Between the 101 and the 134, West Toluca Lake is a reasonable locale from which to commute, and prospective residents who are car-less will note that walkability and bike-ability in the area are both relatively high. North Hollywood Station is also within spitting distance, enabling cross-county public transit.