Two-bedroom unit in Koreatown’s historical Miramonte Terrace complex asks $699K

The Miramonte Terrace complex is one of LA’s last remaining buildings from the 1920s, where you’ll find extraordinary historical Italian Revival details – inside and out.

Behind the gates of this multi-storied Italianate pile (attracting several semi-high profile residents) are beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens with a fountain courtyard.

The living room with wooden furniture
Outside view from the living room
The dining room and bookshelf

The sun-filled two-bedroom, two-bath unit measuring 1,491 square feet opens to a long entrance hall, looking towards the balcony, leading to a living room lined with a bank of windows bringing in the green scenery from the north, east, and west.

Similar to the former residences of Cliff Fong and photographer Johnathan Ducrest in another character-filled building not too far away, original features blend with designer updates that include a kitchen with Carrera marble countertops and backsplash, an en-suite primary bedroom with a stylish master bath complete with black and white tile, updated cabinetry, countertop and dual sinks, recessed lighting, no shared walls, and additional storage space.

The workplace and an outside view
The kitchen room and an wooden cabinet
fountain of the Koreatown Miramonte Terrace complex

The second bedroom, located off the living room, can double as a nursery, office, sitting room/den, or creative space.

Amenities include a basement-level meeting and billiard room, a rooftop loggia with views over the neighborhood’s rooftops, and you’re just minutes from Koreatown’s favorite local eateries and bars. Listed by Lisa Paperno, the asking price is $699,000.

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