Serving Larchmont Village, Hancock Park, and the Greater Wilshire neighborhoods of Los Angeles since 2011.

647 N. Irving Blvd.: Well-Maintained Fourplex with Great Original Details


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647 N. Irving Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90004
4-plex – all one-bedroom one-bath units
3,828 sq. ft.
4,532 sq. ft. LAR3 zoned lot



This well-maintained property has been in the same family for more than 50 years.  It features four very spacious 1BR/1BA units, averaging more than 950 square feet each.  Interior features include charming 1920s features, with original hardwood flooring, formal dining rooms, 10-foot ceilings, arched doorways, laundry rooms with washer and dryer in each unit, window A/Cs, and charming touches such as arched entry ways. Copper pluming plumbing throughout.  Each unit is separately metered for gas and electricity, and each unit has its own hot water heater. There are also three garage parking spaces in the rear,  as well as a nice garden area with mature lemon, orange and avocado trees. ONE UNIT CAN BE DELIVERED VACANT making it an excellent owner user opportunity, with strong rental upside potential!

The property is well located in Hollywood, near Melrose Ave. and Gower Ave., just a stone’s throw away from Paramount Studios. The location is deemed “Very Walkable,” with a score of 81 out of 100, as many daily errands can be accomplished by foot. This location provides proximity to local studios, post production houses, various entertainment related offices and hospitals for nearby employment. Being so close to Larchmont Village there is easy access to the wonderful restaurants and shopping the area is known and loved for. Some nearby popular spots include Osteria La Buca, Ggiata Delicatessen and Great White!

















Nicole Apostolos
Equity Union Real Estate
DRE#: 01464936
[email protected]







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  1. A tree question for Ms. Darakjy:

    Our neighborhood planted and maintains a California Live Oak in the island at the corner of Wilton Place/Wilton Drive/Second Street. it was planted in January 2011 and has never been pruned. I was wondering if you ever noticed it, and/or if you know if a 10 year old California live oak should be pruned at some point (or maybe should have already been pruned). If you have time, could you let us know? Thanks.


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