As we learned last week, West Adams now ranks as one of the top 10 most competitive housing markets nationwide. So we don’t imagine these three spiffy condos in a newly converted complex are going to linger on the market too long—best take a gander now while you still have the chance.
Located on the corner of 4th Avenue and West 25th Street in the West Adams Terrace HPOZ, the French Normandy Revival-style fourplex was designed in 1921 by Edward Butler Rust, architect of a number of period revival apartment buildings around Los Angeles, including Wilshire Boulevard’s lavish Los Altos.
Per the listing, the units up for grabs each measure from 1,600 and 1,650 square feet. They each have two bedrooms and one bath, plus a formal dining room, living room, and laundry room. Features include French windows, hardwood floors, built-ins, vintage-style light fixtures, new appliances, plumbing, electric and HVAC. All units “overlook and share a landscaped central courtyard with fountain.”
Asking prices range from $589,000 for the lower level units to $640,000 for an upper unit, with estimated HOA dues of $325 per month. Designated Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument #1062, the building is eligible for Mills Act property tax benefits.