L.A. Rental: Silver Lake 1BR, $1,250
The future resident of this apartment will enjoy a good amount of space, with great details, in a popular area -- and the nearby reservoir puts you close to some natural beauty.
For a popular area, Silver Lake actually has cheaper rents than the much of L.A. The median price for a one-bedroom apartment here is about $1,250, so while this apartment is a well-priced compared to the rest of the city, it's also exceptional for Silver Lake.
This apartment is an upper-corner unit in a 16-unit building and gets tons of sunlight. Available July 1, it has carpets and tile throughout and many unique art deco touches -- still amazingly intact for a building built in 1928. There are great built-in cabinets in the bedroom, which basically means no reason to buy a dresser if you don't already own one. And there are lots of closets throughout the apartment -- definitely not an amenity to be overlooked.
There are high ceilings throughout the apartment and a beamed ceiling in the living room. The apartment's kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, stove, built-in cabinets and even a breakfast nook.
The building has laundry facilities on site, and thinking even more practically for L.A. -- there is street parking.
The best part of this apartment is that it's in an excellent area of Silver Lake, so you can walk to nearby restaurants and bars, and explore the eclectic neighborhood. Take leisurely strolls -- the winding roads and Silver Lake make for great walking and running spots. The area is also centrally located. You are close to Downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood, and have the 101 Freeway nearby so you can easily get to the Valley as well.
Looking for a great new place? This apartment has a solid price in one of Los Angeles' most sought after neighborhoods.
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