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Top-Floor Unit in Koreatown's Charming French Chateau Apartments Asking $525k

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Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #815, Koreatown's French Chateau Apartments, was designed by architect Arlos Sedgley in 1937 and converted to condos in 2007. Located at the corner of South Hobart and James M. Wood Boulevards, the well-preserved complex contains 10 units, one of which has just hit the market. Measuring 1,150 square feet, the top-floor apartment features one bedroom, one bath, hardwood floors, crown moldings, wainscoting, gorgeous original tile and cabinetry, central heat and air, a washer/dryer, "European stainless appliances" (including the tallest, skinniest fridge you ever did see), and two side-by-side secure parking spaces. Per the listing, the unit "is under contract for Mills Act, providing property tax relief." Asking price is $525,000.

"The French Chateau"> Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument #815 [deasy/penner]