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San Pedro Duplex



Unfurnished, Lower, Duplex, Will Consider Pet, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Laminate, Street Parking, quiet neighborhood , stove, yard, patio, washer and dryer in unit, One bedroom, one bath in a quite neighborhood of South San Pedro. New laminated flooring and also tile flooring in kitchen and bath. Small and quaint side yard for tenant., Paid water & trash & gardener, 700 approx estimate sqft $1,300.00 , 1300 deposit,
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Unfurnished, Lower, Duplex, Cat Ok, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood Floors, 1-car Garage Parking, quiet neighborhood , stove, washer and dryer hookups, Security building very quit. Two bedrooms, one bathroom with new flooring. All new paint throughout unit. Hardwood floors throughout. New flooring in kitchen and laundry room. Laundry room off kitchen with hookups. Single car garage with remote control., Paid gardener, 1300 sqft $1,700.00 , 1700 deposit,
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Unfurnished, Upper Front, Duplex, Will Consider Pet, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood Floors, Parking Available, quiet neighborhood , stove, yard, balcony, patio, fireplace, washer and dryer hookups, The property sits on a huge 6,753-SF lot which allows for additional parking, playground areas, and space to entertain. Conveniently located near San Pedro prized Ports O Call for fun dining and the esteemed 22nd Street park for recreation, and a short 10 min drive to Long Beach. The unit comes equipped with a stove, washer and dryer hook-up and a one car garage., Paid water & gardener, 1814 sqft $2,500.00 , 3750 deposit,
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About San Pedro
San Pedro is an incorporated community within the City of Los Angeles—the southernmost territory in entire county, as a matter of fact. It borders Lomita, Harbor City, Wilmington, and Long Beach. The city was once known primarily for its fishing industry, which is still a prominent feature in its economic makeup, but it is now known more for housing the Port of Los Angeles, the most heavily trafficked international container port in the United States.

Though San Pedro is close in proximity to such lavish areas as Rancho Palos Verdes and Palos Verdes Estates, it is significantly different in character: it is less exclusively residential, largely owing to its industrial commerce; its streets are much busier, teeming with workers and commuters who are coming and going; its housing is more modest and much more affordable, with a significantly higher percentage of rental units; finally, it is much more ethnically diverse. Major throughways include the 110 freeway, the 47, and Gaffey Street.