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

Two Fabulous Properties in Larchmont Village and Hancock Park

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Thinking about how to keep your loved ones near and dear?

We have two fabulous, well located properties.  Both could work well now, or in the future depending on your needs. Aging parents? Empty nesters wanting to simplify? Tired of paying for kid’s rent?  Or, are your kids tired of paying rent to someone else?  How about a place to work outside of your home near Larchmont Village?  Or, just a place to invest for income?

Possibilities abound!

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Triplex at 616 North Beachwood Drive – Now $2,100,000


Exceptional triplex located a few blocks away from Larchmont Village and Paramount Studios.  Property was rebuilt in 2005 and boasts quarter-sawn oak floors, double-paned windows, central heat & air, crown, base & window moldings and copper plumbing. All units come with attractive wood or gas burning fireplaces, washer/dryer, refrigerator, stove & dishwasher.  More than $8,500 in monthly rents.

616 North Beachwood Drive
5 BR /4 BA
3,330 square feet /AS  
5,759 square foot Lot / AS

More details at

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637 Wilcox Avenue #3F – Now $650,000


Best value condo in Los Angeles located less than a block from the LA Tennis Club, and several blocks to Wilshire Country Club and Larchmont Village. Top floor unit with treetop views in a safe, well run complex.  Light, bright and fresh. 1,349 square feet, 1 bedroom plus 1.5 bath.

637 Wilcox Avenue #3F
1 BR / 1.5 BA
1,349 square feet /AS  
More details at

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Both Properties Offered by Loveland Carr Properties
 Coldwell Banker
251 N. Larchmont Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90004
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