Located at the intersection of hip West Adams/Jefferson Park, this freshly renovated Spanish-style home combines 1924 period charm with a fresh, clean design.
The sunny two-bedroom home has a red-tiled roof, exposed beams, oversized arched windows, bamboo flooring and decorative hearth. Updates include modern baths with low-flow toilets, energy efficient LED lighting fixtures (inside and out), central A/C and heat controlled by a Nest “smart” thermostat, custom Elfa closets in bedrooms, brand new stainless steel kitchen appliances and washer-dryer.
The house is located on a large corner lot on a charming street of mostly single-family homes. Bedrooms open onto a large back deck and fenced yard with citrus trees (owner pays gardener). There is off-street parking for two cars behind a remote-controlled motorized gate.
The Expo Crenshaw train station is a 5-7 minute walk, offering quick commutes to U.S.C., downtown L.A., Culver City and Santa Monica. Minutes to the 10 Freeway and the emerging Jefferson Arts District, future home of the Highly Likely Cafe from the owners of Cafe Gratitude.