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Rent in a Landmark 1940 Brentwood Quadruplex by JR Davidson

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The architect of three houses built under Arts & Architecture's landmark Case Study program (Numbers 1, 11, and 15), author Thomas Mann's residence, and the Cocoanut Grove nightclub, German-born JR Davidson also designed this striking Brentwood quadruplex. Built in 1940, the building traded hands for the first time in six decades about a year and a half ago, and was subsequently gussied up by its new owners, who are now looking to lease out three of its four units. Per the listing, all units come with hardwood floors, "top of the line appliances," private patios, one garaged parking spot, and access to a communal space that has a built-in barbecue, flat-screen TV, and outdoor seating. One of the available units also features a hot tub, outdoor shower, and fireplace. Monthly rent ranges from $2,500 to $3,800.