Property Description

3D Tour: Charming studio with breathtaking sunsets and gorgeous park side views. Originally built as the Hotel Stowell in 1914, this fully transformed building has become one of the most iconic historical buildings in Downtown LA. This brilliant home features true hard-loft industrial designs with exposed concrete pillars, rich hardwood floors, and an oversized private balcony overlooking Spring Street Park drawing in soothing Southwest-facing sunlight. The kitchen showcases Snaidero Italian cabinetry, impressively wide granite countertop, gas range for all those aspiring cooks, along with Bosch and Samsung stainless-steel appliances. Although it’s labelled as a studio, a large sleeping area is tucked in beside the kitchen and spaciously fits a queen-sized bed and dresser with complete ease. With most of the square footage in the main room, conveniently add a work from home office while still having an abundance of room for an expansive living room. Hidden away near the entrance, enjoy a hallway full of additional storage, in-unit stacked washer and dryer, and a large bathroom showcasing beautiful tiled floors, comfy soaking tub with walls lined with subway tiles, and granite countertop along with cabinets that match the delectable kitchen. Designated as a historical Mills Act approved building, homeowners save around 70% off their property taxes! Located in the heart of Historic Core, just moments away from several popular destinations including Grand Central Market, The Last Bookstore, multiple Farmer’s Markets, Pershing Square, and all the major events and shops along Spring Street.

Residential Condominium

416 Spring Street #707, Los Angeles, California 90013

Basic Details
Property Type : Residential
Status : Active
# of Rooms : 0
# of Bathrooms : 1
SF : 859SF
PPSF : $623
HOA : $753
Parking : 0
Lot SF : 10,332SF
Lot PPSF : $52
Year Built : 1914
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DOM : 0 Days
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