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$4,500.00 Baldwin Hills Houses - Baldwin Hills- City View Property
Location: Baldwin Hills, CA 90008
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Unfurnished, Front, House, Will Consider Pet, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, One Year Minimum Lease, Hardwood Floors, 2-car Garage Parking, quiet neighborhood , refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, yard, patio, fireplace, washer and dryer in unit, Stunning views at a prime location: Mid-century modern home. 2183 sq feet, built in 1954 and recently renovated to maintain classic features while adding sleek, updated conveniences. Located in a quiet well-established neighborhood far from the crowds yet close to the Baldwin Hills Shooping Plaza, Marina del Rey, and Culver City. Easy access to 405 and 110 freeways and La metro Rail. New kitchen and bathrooms with quartz countertops; hardwood floors and beamed ceilings throughout. In addition to the 3 large bedrooms there is a den that can serve as a family room or office with pocket doors for privacy when needed, a fireplace, and a window overlooking the patio. Large picture windows showcase views of the Hollywood sign and the Los Angeles skycap. New appliances include front-loading washer and dryer. Private backyard features beautiful, mature landscaping and an extended patio that is ideal for entertaining or simply relaxing and enjoying the sunsets. Attached 2-car garage., 2183 sqft $4,500.00 , 4500 deposit,
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About Baldwin Hills
Generally located between La Cienega and Crenshaw Blvds. and south of Jefferson Blvd., Baldwin Hills is one of the highest-income predominantly black (78.5%) areas in the nation. As its name would indicate, Baldwin Hills enjoys some scenic, vertical topography, overlooking a good deal of the Los Angeles Basin to the north. It is carved up into several communities and subdivisions based on location, character, and a neighborhood's potential status as a housing development. Of these, Baldwin Hills Estates, Baldwin Vista, Village Green, The Jungle, and Sherm Alley are the most notable.

Housing options range from modest single-family homes to posh bungalows to full-on mansions. During the days of segregation, Baldwin Hills was considered the 'Black Beverly Hills,' so much of its architecture is both beautiful and historic. The well-loved and gorgeously landscaped Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area runs all along the neighborhood's southern tendrils. Primary arteries: the 10 freeway, Jefferson Blvd., Stocker Street, La Cienega Blvd., La Brea Ave.