Welcome to this stunning 3 bedroom and 3.5 bathroom townhouse with a direct access garage located in prime Valley Village, close to the best restaurants, parks and shopping.
On the main level, you'll find an open layout with an abundance of natural light and an outdoor patio. The large living room with a fireplace is great for entertaining and the kitchen is a chef’s dream with Caesarstone countertops, top-of-the-line appliances and a breakfast bar. The second floor features a primary suite with high vaulted ceilings and tons of light, a luxury bathroom and a walk-in closet. A second bedroom and en suite bathroom complete the level. The top floor has an additional bedroom and bathroom and two private outdoor decks. Off the gated two-car garage is a huge bonus/storage room. This intimate five-unit complex is the perfect place to call home.
Madeleine Perez is a poised and tenacious real estate professional, who provides the highest level of service to each client. She acts with honesty and integrity, making sure her clients are fully supported and informed when buying or selling a home.
Born and raised in New York City, Madeleine was educated at Wesleyan University and Columbia University’s School of Journalism. She was an award-winning producer for ABC News, covering politics, business, and real estate. Later, she became a freelance editor for Los Angeles magazine. As a journalist, Madeleine learned valuable skills that she would apply to her real estate career: gaining people’s trust and respect, excelling in high-pressure situations, and reacting with speed, composure, and precision.
Madeleine combines her expertise of real estate trends and passion for exploring the very best in Los Angeles to give her clients an educated and well-rounded viewpoint, and an unmatched caliber of market knowledge. Her personalized approach – asking poignant questions, listening to individual needs, and delivering comprehensive advice – has earned her a stellar reputation in the business.
In her free time Madeleine enjoys volunteering for The Concern Foundation for Cancer Research and City of Hope. She is a resident of Sherman Oaks, where she lives with her husband, son and sheepadoodle.