One of Leimert Park’s extraordinary Spanish-style dwellings just hit the market.
Completed in 1928 by local contractor Leo B. Elliott, 2900 West 43rd Place is an eye-catching turreted building with arched windows and art deco details just a few blocks east of Leimert Park Village. According to city records, when the structure was completed, “the LA County Assessor determined its overall construction quality to be “special”—the highest category possible.”
Inside, period features continue, including a step-down living room, arched picture window with stained glass, preserved plaster archways, coved ceilings, hardwood floors, and wrought iron accents.
Both units measure 2,796 square feet. The lower unit — delivered vacant at the close of escrow — has two bedrooms, and two bathrooms and features a wholly modernized kitchen and a primary bedroom with a bonus space with French doors leading to a backyard and sitting area. A sweeping spiral staircase takes you to a private balcony and the two-bedroom, one-bath upper unit currently rented for $2,465 monthly.
New plumbing and electrical systems, newer appliances, a tankless water heater, and in-unit laundry are other perks of this neighborhood beauty, listed for $939,000.
Listing courtesy of Benjamin Kahle and Zach Mayer – Deasy Penner Podley