Westchester los angeles

Westchester los angeles

Westchester los angeles

Joe the plumber could have easily flooded the mire of electoral politics, becoming a pawn of the moneyed power that never quite figured him out, or he could have been the embodiment of democracy that would live up to the promises of America, the land of opportunity.


The small town in a big city, which is consistently overlooked by everyone but its inhabitants, has always been a place stuck in time. A few years ago, you could drive through and see homes that hadn’t been remodeled since the 1970s, as if they had been plucked off the set of “The Brady Bunch.” Everyone knows each other (or knows of each other), which gets tedious when you’re repeatedly having run-ins with your embarrassing seventh grade crush at the local Vons. Nostalgia runs rampant as people cling to places such as Tower Pizza and Paco’s Tacos and the various traditions such as cotillions (ballroom dancing and etiquette lessons) for nervous and hormonal middle schoolers. My summers consisted of “Sandlot”-esque baseball games and block parties, riding our bikes into the campus of Loyola Marymount University, or LMU, for Jamba Juice and spending all day at the beach.

People don’t know where Westchester is because it’s a tiny town packed between everywhere else. Marina del Rey, Venice and Playa del Rey are right down the hill. Inglewood is a short drive away and you can walk into Culver City easily. Unlike other places in LA, such as the South Bay (which is also very close) and Downtown (which is not quite as close), you aren’t trapped where you are. Rather, some of the best places in LA are just a five- or 10-minute drive out of Westchester. My favorite place to go, which is really no more than a 10-15 minute drive, is the beach. El Segundo, Dockweiler, El Porto, Manhattan and Redondo are popular spots, and arguably the best surfing and swimming beaches in the entire world. You know the Beach Boys? Well they’re from Hawthorne, which is yet another city close to Westchester — so you know they frequented the same beaches Westchester residents did. So pick up the good vibrations and hop in a car, your bike or a bus, and go wherever you’d like — it won’t take too long. (Source: www.dailycal.org)


WOW - TWO SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES ON A LOT Newly Constructed (2015) Architect's own Modern Industrial Style Home Set Within A Zen Like Garden. Perfect two-family compound with two detached houses. There are two separate addresses - 7480 Osage Ave. and 5555 W. 76th Street. HOUSE 1 - 7480 Osage Ave. - An architect’s own new construction 1200sf two story (ADU) house with metal siding, 600sf "3rd Floor" roof deck w/ (Treetops/Fireworks/Sunrise/Sunset), 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 10’ ceilings, wall of 8'high sliding doors, concrete and bamboo floors, HVAC/exposed metal ducting, gas fireplace, loft like living, lots of light, new stainless steel LG appliances, Zen like gravel/lands

This beautiful landscaped and well-maintained duplex is located in a highly desirable neighborhood of Westchester. Both units come with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, remodeled kitchen, remodeled bathroom, hardwood floors, washer/dryer hookups conveniently located inside each unit. The exterior of the property is freshly painted, and to help boost curb appeal the seller installed new sod, new drip lines in the flower bed, and sprinklers. The property also comes with an upgraded electrical panel, copper plumbing, and a 2-car garage. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION… Walking distance to Trader Joe's, CVS, Ralphs Market, Banks and minutes away f (Source: www.redfin.com)


A rare opportunity for an investor or developer to own a fourplex in Westchester conveniently located several blocks from the 405 Freeway minutes from LAX, Playa Vista, Dockweilder Beach, Playa Del Rey, Marina Del, Fox Hills Mall, Ladera Shopping Center, Culver City, bike paths and parks. This fourplex sits on an R3 lot that is 9248sq. ft. that has two units with two bedrooms and one bath and two one-bedroom units with one bath each unit has an assigned garage. All units are individually metered (gas and electric) with a front and rear entrance. There is an additional parking area in the rear of the building with easy excess to the garages.

Excellent opportunity for an investor looking for a duplex in the highly desirable neighborhood of Westchester. Each unit consists of two bedrooms and one bathroom on a large 7,771 - square-foot lot. Living room, dining area, and kitchen with a large private backyard. Two-car garage plus long driveway for plenty of off-street parking. Both units have been well maintained and have hardwood floors. Potential to add an ADU with city approval for additional income. Incredible location west of Sepulveda in close proximity to Silicon Beach, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles International Airport, Marina Del Rey, Playa Vista, and South Bay Beach Cities. One unit delivered vacant. This is a (Source: www.redfin.com)



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