This two-bedroom townhouse sits on 64-acres of tranquil park-like grounds known as Village Green, a National Historical Landmark in Baldwin Hills.
The community, inspired by the Garden City movement of the late 19th century, is a collection of 629 condominiums whose architectural appeal is described by one resident as “It isn’t the geometric Art Deco that is kind of busy, or the spare, stripped-down International style. There is a human element to it, a warmth.”
In its 1,100 square feet, the light-filled end unit, located at 5401 Village Green, retains many of its original architectural details, including parquet wood floors while modern amenities include a washer/dryer inside the home. It also comes with a modest-sized back patio and a detached one car garage.
Both bedrooms and bathroom are located upstairs where you’ll enjoy greenbelt and tree top views.
Perks of the community include sprawling green lawns filled with mature sycamore trees, the clubhouse known for hosting various local events throughout the year including jazz concerts, movie nights, potlucks, and bird-watching tours, and 24-hour patrolled security. In addition, new owners enjoy Mills Act tax benefits.
Last sold in 2007 for $378,000, it’s now listed for $650,000 with monthly HOA fees of 469.65 and $86.03.
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Listing courtesy of Emilia Arau – Compass